Mistrust



[mis-truhst] /mɪsˈtrʌst/

noun
1.
lack of trust or confidence; distrust.
verb (used with object)
2.
to regard with mistrust, suspicion, or doubt; distrust.
3.
to surmise.
verb (used without object)
4.
to be distrustful.
/ˌmɪsˈtrʌst/
verb
1.
to have doubts or suspicions about (someone or something)
noun
2.
distrust
n.

late 14c.; see mis- (1) + trust (n.).
v.

late 14c., from mis- (1) + trust (v.). Related: Mistrusted; mistrusting.

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