- 1the feeling that you cannot trust someone or something
- 2to have no confidence in someone or something
Using distrust: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "distrust" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I distrust politicians who make promises they can't keep.
The company's poor track record has led to widespread distrust among consumers.
Her past experiences have left her with a deep sense of distrust towards men.
distrust Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with distrust
The protests were fueled by a growing distrust of authority and the government.
a strong and long-standing lack of trust
Years of conflict have resulted in a deep-seated distrust between the two groups.
His proposal met with distrust from the other members of the committee.
Summary: distrust in Brief
Distrust [dɪsˈtrʌst] is a feeling of not being able to trust someone or something. It can also refer to having no confidence in someone or something. Examples include 'I distrust politicians who make promises they can't keep' and 'Her past experiences have left her with a deep sense of distrust towards men.' Phrases like 'distrust of authority' and 'meet with distrust' are also common.