HyperDic: trustworthy

English > 2 senses of the word trustworthy:
ADJECTIVEalltrustworthy, trustyworthy of trust / trust or belief
alltrustworthytaking responsibility for one's conduct and obligations
trustworthy > pronunciation
Soundstrah'stwer.dhiy
Rhymesairworthy ... worthy: 12 rhymes with dhiy...
English > trustworthy: 2 senses > adjective 1
Meaningworthy of trust / trust or belief.
Examples
  • "a trustworthy report"
  • "an experienced and trustworthy traveling companion"
Synonymtrusty
Narrowerauthentic, reliableconforming to fact and therefore / therefore worthy of belief
creditworthy, responsibleHaving an acceptable credit rating
dependable, honest, reliable, trueworthy of being depended on
fiducialBased on trust / trust
sure, trusted(of persons) worthy of trust / trust or confidence
See alsofaithfulsteadfast in affection or allegiance
honest, honorablenot disposed to cheat or defraud
reliable, dependableworthy of reliance or trust
responsibleworthy of or requiring responsibility or trust
Oppositeuntrustworthy, untrustynot worthy of trust / trust or belief
Spanishconfidente, fiable, fidedigno, fiel, leal
Catalanfidedigne
Nounstrustworthinessthe trait of deserving trust and confidence
English > trustworthy: 2 senses > adjective 2
MeaningTaking responsibility for one's conduct and obligations.
Example"trustworthy public servants"
Broaderresponsibleworthy of or requiring responsibility or trust
Spanishconfiable
Nounstrustworthinessthe trait of deserving trust and confidence

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