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inclined to believe or confide readily

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Her eyes now were imploring, soft, and at the same time trustful, caressing, timid.
A young priest, with a simple and trustful heart, performed the duties of the church of that convent.
The fact seemed an additional appeal to his pity: such innocence was as moving as the trustful clasp of a child.
If you were more trustful, it would better befit your time of life.
The dreams of childhood - its airy fables; its graceful, beautiful, humane, impossible adornments of the world beyond: so good to be believed in once, so good to be remembered when outgrown, for then the least among them rises to the stature of a great Charity in the heart, suffering little children to come into the midst of it, and to keep with their pure hands a garden in the stony ways of this world, wherein it were better for all the children of Adam that they should oftener sun themselves, simple and trustful, and not worldly-wise - what had she to do with these?
At length she drew me towards herself--a trustful smile playing over her features; and then, as suddenly, she pushed me away again as she eyed me dimly.
Thank you, count, it is some comfort to meet with a heart like yours, that is to say, sufficiently trustful in God and in monarchy, never to despair of a royal fortune, however low it may be fallen.
He saw himself trustful, generous, liberal, patient, easy, pocketing frequent irritation and furnishing unlimited modesty.
D'Artagnan, deceived, did him honor; but D'Artagnan, trustful and reliant, made him feel ashamed.
In addition, in a conversation with Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros, the deputy head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia noted that the Russian side highly appreciates the Spanish leadership's attitude to the continuation of the traditions of active and trustful political dialogue between the countries, which has a favorable effect on the indicators of mutual trade.
This latest research highlights that businesses are recognising the importance of promoting a trustful workplace.
We value our trustful dialogue, the tone of which is set by contacts at the highest level.
Furthermore, the military will only strive to commit ourselves on duty to protect the life and property of the people and become a loved and trustful organization," Song said.
To do this, a cohesive vision for the future of security in travel must include user-centricity, digitization and trustful cooperation, it added.
We had a very trustful, honest and open discussion on a certain number of issues that we brought to Premier Hariri's attention.