trustingly


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Adv.1.trustingly - with trusttrustingly - with trust; in a trusting manner; "she looked at her father trustingly"
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trustingly

[ˈtrʌstɪŋlɪ] ADVconfiadamente
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trustingly

advvertrauensvoll; lookarglos
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References in classic literature ?
The shadow had followed behind them clinging to their steps; and the two children little suspected its presence when they at last sat down, trustingly, under the mighty protection of Apollo, who, with a great bronze gesture, lifted his huge lyre to the heart of a crimson sky.
It is difficult for the good Christian to acknowledge the good Pagan; almost impossible for the good Orthodox to grasp the hand of the good Unitarian, leaving to their Creator to settle the matters in dispute, and giving their mutual efforts strongly and trustingly to whatever right thing is too evident to be mistaken.
How many miles could you make in those few brief hours, with the darling at your bosom,--the little sleepy head on your shoulder,--the small, soft arms trustingly holding on to your neck?
And yet somehow the most matter-of-fact person could not help thinking of the hogs; they were so innocent, they came so very trustingly; and they were so very human in their protests--and so perfectly within their rights!
But the flowers whispered their gratitude, and folded their leaves as if they blessed her; and when she saw the garden filled with loving friends, who strove to cheer and thank her for her care, courage and strength returned; and raising up thick clouds of mist, that hid her from the wondering flowers, alone and trustingly she began her work.
"Dear Queen, we have bent to the Frost-King's power, we have borne gifts unto his pride, but have we gone trustingly to him and spoken fearlessly of his evil deeds?
"If ever the time comes, when the devotion of my whole heart and soul and strength will give you a moment's happiness, or spare you a moment's sorrow, will you try to remember the poor drawing- master who has taught you?" She, who now remembered so little of the trouble and terror of a later time, remembered those words, and laid her poor head innocently and trustingly on the bosom of the man who had spoken them.
Monica, pray for us to be patient, and to trustingly wait on the Lord.
The lull that follows allows me to drop trustingly off again, until my daughter breaks into more tears: I spilled the milk, I wet my pants.
Though we have adapted to ask Google for everything, no one knows the size or limit of what Google does with the files that we have trustingly agreed to hand over to its virtual storage clouds.
The correspondence from Mr Thomas of Neath (Western Mail January 24) brought to mind the Judas Goat, where the goat in the Brexit debacle is the rabid Leave faction of the Tory Party with their sheeplike followers bleating pathetically but loyally as they are led trustingly into the abattoir.