Distrust: When someone feels something or someone is not being true and must not be believed upon, they are said to experience “distrust” towards that person, object or circumstance. For example: The policemen expressed his distrust towards the beggar by nudging his knapsack to verify its contents. When someone is always suspicious of things and has a difficult time trusting something or someone, that person is regarded as “mistrusting” Example: His frequent encounters with fraudulent customers had made him mistrusting of all people in general. Remember “dis” is the negative of something and “mis” is the absence of something. For reference, see “displace” and “misplace” ]]>

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