Adjective "Trusting" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈtrʌstɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Showing or tending to have a belief in a person's honesty or sincerity; not suspicious.
  1. 'a shy and trusting child'
  2. 'Grace glanced towards the door then lifted her pale eyes, so full of their trusting innocence, to meet his before taking a step closer.'
  3. 'They kindly allowed me to pay at a later date though, which was very trusting of them.'
  4. 'Words and thoughts spill out with a trusting honesty.'
  5. 'I think what's happened has made me less trusting of men.'
  6. 'Most polls show that the public is more trusting of military officers than lawyers or congressmen.'
  7. 'He looked like a child, and a very trusting and innocent one, at that.'
  8. 'It means to them, on some level, that this person is ‘family’ and they are more trusting of them.'
  9. 'Because of that, she isn't very trusting of people, and she refuses to get too close to anyone anymore.'
  10. 'Needless to say, I am now careful to be a little more trusting of my memory and little less trusting of machines.'
  11. 'I will be more observant of how women act around me and be more trusting of my senses.'

Definitions

1. inclined to trust; confiding; trustful: a trusting child.

More examples(as adjective)

"poems can be trusting from feelings."

"people can be trusting with people."

"people can be trusting in things."

"people can be trusting."

"relationships can be trusting."

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