untrustful

untrustful

(ʌnˈtrʌstfʊl)
adj
1. not trusting; mistrustful; wary
2. archaic untrustworthy; not to be trusted
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References in classic literature ?
Where everything maimed, ill-famed, lustful, untrustful, over-mellow, sickly-yellow and seditious, festereth pernicious:--
She said: "I was already untrustful [of men] and this incident perpetuated that people aren't always very nice..."
However, this flow is of Couette type and the pressure difference cannot be ignored, so the results are untrustful. Hou [20, 21] investigated this kind of damper using fluid with 1000 cSt viscosity under the harmonic excitation.