Top Definition
dis·trust /dɪsˈtrʌst/ {dis-truhst}
–verb (used with object)
to regard with doubt or suspicion; have no trust in.

–noun
lack of trust; doubt; {suspicion}.

Origin:
1505–15; dis-1 + trust

—Related forms
dis·trust·er, noun
pre·dis·trust, noun, verb (used with object)

—Synonyms

See suspicion.
There is evidence that trusting people are healthier and happier and live longer than distrusting people do.
by Kodicanus February 18, 2010
7 Words related to Distrust

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