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Synonyms for trust

believe in

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entrust

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responsibility

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absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

a combination of businesses closely interconnected for common profit

to place trust or confidence in

to have confidence in the truthfulness of

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place a trust upon

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certainty based on past experience

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the trait of believing in the honesty and reliability of others

a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service

complete confidence in a person or plan etc

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a trustful relationship

allow without fear

be confident about something

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expect and wish

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extend credit to

References in classic literature ?
He was warmly followed by a number of the others, and the cry of all was to destroy the trusts.
Still those last words made her tremble; she could not trust herself to reply to them.
If I do not speak of mama,' said Pet, more moved by, and more pretty in, her innocent grief, than Clennam could trust himself even to consider--for which reason he counted the trees between them and the fading light as they slowly diminished in number--'it is because mama will understand me better in this action, and will feel my loss in a different way, and will look forward in a different manner.
Unfortunately," I continued, "owing to your foolish arrangement not to tell each other where you were going and not to write, as being incompatible with Perfect Trust, you don't know where Orlando is at the present moment.
But that I trust I shall find the means of saving Rowena, and thee, Athelstane, and thee, also, my poor Wamba, thou shouldst not overbear me in this matter.
Not to confer in each case a degree of power commensurate to the end, would be to violate the most obvious rules of prudence and propriety, and improvidently to trust the great interests of the nation to hands which are disabled from managing them with vigor and success.
Yet we know by happy experience that the public trust was not betrayed; nor has the purity of our public councils in this particular ever suffered, even from the whispers of calumny.
However, thank God, these occasions grow less frequent as the days go on, and they will in time pass away altogether, I trust.
But to enable a prince to form an opinion of his servant there is one test which never fails; when you see the servant thinking more of his own interests than of yours, and seeking inwardly his own profit in everything, such a man will never make a good servant, nor will you ever be able to trust him; because he who has the state of another in his hands ought never to think of himself, but always of his prince, and never pay any attention to matters in which the prince is not concerned.
So much for the chiefs; the rest of the navy surrendered to him their devoted affection, trust, and admiration.
Ah, we safely may trust to its gleaming, And be sure it will lead us aright -- We safely may trust to a gleaming That cannot but guide us aright, Since it flickers up to Heaven through the night.
Kings in ancient times (and at this present in some countries) were wont to put great trust in eunuchs; because they that are envious towards all are more obnoxious and officious, towards one.
Your kind offices will set all right: he is the only man I ever did or could love, and I trust you will convince him of it.
He knew Jeremiah and he mistrusted him, however; so instead of giving him all that he meant him to have he handed me over a part of it, telling me, with what was almost his dying breath, to hold it in trust for my brother, and to use it in his behalf when he should have squandered or lost all that he had.
Tell me your name; I won't trust you, unless you tell me your name