mistrustingly

mistrustingly

(ˌmɪsˈtrʌstɪŋlɪ)
adv
another word for mistrustfully
References in classic literature ?
The butler held the chair at the opposite side of the table, and Jurgis thought it was to keep him out of it; but finally he understand that it was the other's intention to put it under him, and so he sat down, cautiously and mistrustingly. Master Freddie perceived that the attendants embarrassed him, and he remarked with a nod to them, "You may go."