mistrustfully


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mis·trust

 (mĭs-trŭst′)
n.
Lack of trust or confidence: I viewed the stranger's advice with mistrust.
tr.v. mis·trust·ed, mis·trust·ing, mis·trusts
1. To regard without trust or confidence: He mistrusted his lieutenant.
2. To doubt the truth or sincerity of: I mistrust everything he says.

mis·trust′ful adj.
mis·trust′ful·ly adv.
mis·trust′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.mistrustfully - with distrustmistrustfully - with distrust; "she looked at him distrustfully"
Translations
بارْتِياب
nedůvěřivě
mistroiskt
meî tortryggni
güvensizlikle

mistrustfully

[mɪsˈtrʌstflɪ] advcon diffidenza

mistrust

(misˈtrast) verb
to have no confidence or trust in.
noun
lack of confidence in something.
ˌmisˈtrustful adjective
ˌmisˈtrustfully adverb
References in classic literature ?
They looked at him and at his shoes mistrustfully, as at an alien.
She looked intently, maliciously and mistrustfully.
It was only when Tinus climbed out of the car and they saw that he was no cop that they calmed down and mistrustfully came a little closer when he called them.