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5998

betrust
[.] BETRUST', v.t. [be and trust.] To entrust; to commit to another in confidence of fidelity; to confide. This is less used than entrust.

5999

betrusted
[.] BETRUST'ED, pp. Entrusted; confided; committed in trust.

6000

betrusting
[.] BETRUST'ING, ppr. Entrusting; committing in trust.

6001

betrustment
[.] BETRUST'MENT, n. The act of entrusting; the thing entrusted.

10580

co-trustee
[.] CO-TRUSTEE, n. A joint trustee.

17208

distrust
[.] DISTRUST, v.t. [dis and trust. See Mistrust.] [.] 1. To doubt or suspect the truth, fidelity, firmness or sincerity of; not to confide in or rely on. We distrust a man, when we question his veracity, &c. We may often distrust our own firmness. [.] 2. To doubt; to ...

17209

distrusted
[.] DISTRUSTED, pp. Doubted; suspected.

17210

distrustful
[.] DISTRUSTFUL, a. [.] 1. Apt to distrust; suspicious. [.] 2. Not confident; diffident; as distrustful of ourselves. [.] 3. Diffident; modest.

17211

distrustfully
[.] DISTRUSTFULLY, adv. In a distrustful manner; with doubt or suspicion.

17212

distrustfulness
[.] DISTRUSTFULNESS, n. The state of being distrustful; want of confidence.

17213

distrusting
[.] DISTRUSTING, ppr. Doubting the reality or sincerity of; suspecting; not relying on or confiding in.

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distrustless
[.] DISTRUSTLESS, a. Free from distrust or suspicion.

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intrust
[.] INTRUST', v.t. [in and trust.] To deliver in trust; to confide to the care of; to commit to another with confidence in his fidelity; as, to intrust a servant with one's money or goods, or to intrust money or goods to a servant. We intrust an agent or factor with commercial ...

30762

intrusted
[.] INTRUST'ED, pp. Delivered in trust; committed to the hands or care of another, in confidence that he will be faithful in discharging his duty.

30763

intrusting
[.] INTRUST'ING, ppr. Delivering in trust; confiding to the care of.

35646

mistrust
[.] MISTRUST', n. Want of confidence or trust; suspicion. [.] MISTRUST', v.t. To suspect; to doubt; to regard with jealousy or suspicion. [.] [.] Fate her own book mistrusted at the sight.

35647

mistrusted
[.] MISTRUST'ED, pp. Suspected.

35648

mistrustful
[.] MISTRUST'FUL, a. Suspicious; doubting; wanting confidence in.

35649

mistrustfully
[.] MISTRUST'FULLY, adv. With suspicion or doubt.

35650

mistrustfulness
[.] MISTRUST'FULNESS, n. Suspicion; doubt.

35651

mistrusting
[.] MISTRUST'ING, ppr. Suspecting; having no confidence in.

35652

mistrustingly
[.] MISTRUST'INGLY, adv. With distrust or suspicion.

35653

mistrustless
[.] MISTRUST'LESS, a. Unsuspecting; unsuspicious.

39003

overtrust
[.] OVERTRUST', v.t. To trust with too much confidence.

56671

trust
[.] TRUST, n. [.] 1. Confidence; a reliance or resting of the mind on the integrity, veracity, justice, friendship or other sound principle of another person. [.] [.] He that putteth his trust in the Lord shall be safe. Prov.29. [.] 2. He or that which is the ground ...

56672

trusted
[.] TRUST'ED, pp. Confided in; relied on; depended on; applied to persons. [.] 1. Sold on credit; as goods or property. [.] 2. Delivered in confidence to the care of another; as letters or goods trusted to a carrier or bailee.

56673

trustee
[.] TRUSTEE', a. A person to whom any thing or business is committed, in confidence that he will discharge his duty. The trustee of an estate is one to whom it is devised or granted in trust, or for the use of another. [.] 1. A person to whom is confided the management ...

56674

truster
[.] TRUST'ER, n. One who trusts or gives credit.

56675

trustily
[.] TRUST'ILY, adv. [from trusty.] Faithfully; honestly; with fidelity.

56676

trustiness
[.] TRUST'INESS, n. [from trusty.] That quality of a person by which he deserves the confidence of others; fidelity; faithfulness; honesty; as the trustiness of a servant.

56677

trusting
[.] TRUST'ING, ppr. Confiding in; giving credit; relying on.

56678

trustingly
[.] TRUST'INGLY, adv. With trust or implicit confidence.

56679

trustless
[.] TRUST'LESS, a. Not worthy of trust; unfaithful.

56680

trusty
[.] TRUST'Y, a. That may be safely trusted; that justly deserves confidence; fit to be confided in; as a trusty servant. [.] 1. That will not fail; strong; firm; as a trusty sword.

58937

unmistrusting
[.] UNMISTRUST'ING, a. Not mistrusting; not suspecting; unsuspicious.

59905

untrustiness
[.] UNTRUST'INESS, n. Unfaithfulness in the discharge of a trust.

59906

untrusty
[.] UNTRUST'Y, a. Not trusty; not worthy of confidence; unfaithful.

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importance

IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

4. Thing implied; matter; subject; importunity. [In these senses, obsolete.]

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APH'THONG, n. [Gr. without, and sound.]

A letter or combination of letters, which, in the customary pronunciation of a word, have no sound.

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