- 名词: distrust;
The older you get the more distrustful you become.
Voters are deeply distrustful of all politicians.
His mouth was thin and evil, the eye distrustful.
I'm distrustful of such cheap goods.
That was the way in Menzoberranzan: always alert, always distrustful.
这就是魔索布莱的作风: 始终保持警惕, 始终保持怀疑.
With many details, you are analytical, cautious, and distrustful.
猪有许多细节, 您善分析, 谨慎, 有怀疑心.
Jack listens as Teri hides the phone from the distrustful Eli.
With lots of details, you are analytical, cautious, and distrustful.
猪若画得很细, 表示你爱分析 、 有警觉心, 不容易相信别人.
Even those passengers who were most distrustful of themselves plucked up amazingly.
Many people are naturally distrustful of ambition.
Wealthy person feels his son is very clever, and distrustful neighbour old person is a burglar.
The hostilities between a distrustful organising committee and a sceptical media have intensified every day.
1. having or showing distrust;
"a man of distrustful nature"
"my experience...in other fields of law has made me distrustful of rules of thumb generally"- B.N.Cardozo
"vigilant and distrustful superintendence"- Thomas Jefferson
2. incredulous by virtue of distrust