Mistruster


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Mis`trust´er


n.1.One who mistrusts.
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If you believe it's dark and driven by outside forces you can't control, you will be a mistruster.
Poetry seems a sham, a form of sophistry and fantasy: what Thomas Bernhard, one of the more angry literary mistrusters, calls "a lousy scrap of wind and rot.
Today, there are even more mistrusters, and civic engagement has dropped even further.