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Besides," said Aramis, "what prevents our being distrustful and going aboard at the same time?
Turning ill and being distrustful, they consider sinful: they walk warily.
New York took stray noblemen calmly, and even (except in the Struthers set) with a certain distrustful hauteur; but when they presented such credentials as these they were received with an old-fashioned cordiality that they would have been greatly mistaken in ascribing solely to their standing in Debrett.
Only Rosa had made it a habit to keep her pretty face invariably six inches distant from the grating, having perhaps become distrustful of herself.
Her father's eye wandered toward her when mine did, and suddenly assumed the same distrustful look which I remembered detecting in it, under similar circumstances, at Duskydale.
The helpless condition of the servant had made the police distrustful of his asserted recognition of his master.
She quickened her pace here, as though distrustful of being stopped, and robbed of such trifling property as she carried with her.
I saw that under the mask of these half humorous inuendoes, this old seaman, as an insulated Quakerish Nantucketer, was full of his insular prejudices, and rather distrustful of all aliens, unless they hailed from Cape Cod or the Vineyard.
But one thing, nevertheless, that made me a little distrustful about receiving a generous share of the profits was this: Ashore,
That uncontrollable time made me very distrustful of the human race.
Despite a cuddly appearance they have a reputation for being aloof and distrustful of strangers.
USA], June 19 (ANI): Your trust on your partner is a much needed thing, as according to a study, clingy and distrustful attitude can make your partner feel anxious about the relationship.