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Synonyms for trusty

Synonyms for trusty

capable of being depended upon

Synonyms for trusty

a convict who is considered trustworthy and granted special privileges

worthy of trust or belief

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There are plenty of weapons to acquire throughout the game from Imperial Blasters to Wookie Bowcasters, but your trustiest tool is the lightsabre.
But right on the top tray is the trustiest tool of them all: the joint health and safety committee.
From journalists, in Inglis's view, the good journalistic responses to 9/11 combined individual survivors' stories and "what they could count on as the trustiest of their national values," finding its heroes in self-sacrificing firefighters.
September, 1815 While not a leaf seems faded; while the fields, With ripening harvest prodigally fair, In brightest sunshine bask; this nipping air, Sent from some distant clime where Winter wields His icy scimitar, a foretaste yields Of bitter change, and bids the flowers beware; And whispers to the silent birds, 'Prepare Against the threatening foe your trustiest shields.
Oddly enough, the solution to helping employees cope with this chaos is the trustiest and most time-honored tool in the communicator's kit bag.
The central conceit of Bill Kelly's nifty script is to toss Disney's trustiest fairy tale characters--the sweet-as-sugar princess, the straight-arrow prince, the evil queen and a menagerie of affectionately frisky critters--from their bucolic natural setting onto the streets of Manhattan and take it from there.
Eventually the commanding officer sends for his trustiest Indian scout.
It was a lack of goalkicking skills which cost King caps earlier in his career but in the last couple of years he has developed one of the trustiest boots in the Premiership.