Distrust in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Distrust

doubt in the ability to trust someone or something

Examples of Distrust in a sentence

I have always had a strong distrust for politicians, as they never seem to follow through on the promises they make to the public. πŸ”Š

For some reason my little brother has also borne a mild distrust of aircraft, even though airplanes are by far the safest vehicle for travel. πŸ”Š

Ever since my best friend lied about dating the girl I had a crush on, I’ve had a difficult time feeling anything but distrust for him. πŸ”Š

My mom said she will also distrust television commercials, and seeing as how everyone is trying to sell you something, I can’t say that I blame her. πŸ”Š

My Uncle fixed the busted pipe in the kitchen, but needless to say I distrust the ability of the duct tape to really hold it all together for long. πŸ”Š

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