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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.
And while you maunder about restoring competition, the trusts go on destroying you.
And all of the trusts that I have named are railroad trusts--save only the Beef Trust
Now that the Beef Trust had adopted the trick of raising prices to induce enormous shipments of cattle, and then dropping them again and scooping in all they needed, a stock raiser was very apt to find himself in Chicago without money enough to pay his freight bill; and so he had to go to a cheap hotel, and it was no drawback to him if there was an agitator talking in the lobby.
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.
Let Minnie trust him, Clennam said, let Minnie trust him to do all she wished.
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.
He gave me a direction in writing, and when he gave it me he read it to me, and said, 'There 'tis, madam, if you dare trust yourself with me.
When I came he made several proposals for my placing my money in the bank, in order to my having interest for it; but still some difficulty or other came in the way, which he objected as not safe; and I found such a sincere disinterested honesty in him, that I began to muse with myself, that I had certainly found the honest man I wanted, and that I could never put myself into better hands; so I told him with a great deal of frankness that I had never met with a man or woman yet that I could trust, or in whom I could think myself safe, but that I saw he was so disinterestedly concerned for my safety, that I said I would freely trust him with the management of that little I had, if he would accept to be steward for a poor widow that could give him no salary.
If I am right in my own persuasion that such a document as I here describe is at this moment in Admiral Bartram's possession -- a persuasion based, in the first instance, on the extraordinary words that I have quoted to you; and, in the second instance, on purely legal considerations with which it is needless to incumber my letter -- if I am right in this opinion, the discovery of the Secret Trust would be, in all probability, a most important discovery to your interests.
De Bracy, to thee I must trust to keep up the spirits of the doubtful, and to guard Prince John's person.
For the absurdity must continually stare us in the face of confiding to a government the direction of the most essential national interests, without daring to trust it to the authorities which are indispensible to their proper and efficient management.
Each moment, however, pressed upon him a conviction of the critical situation in which he had suffered his invaluable trust to be involved through his own confidence.
The hopes I have been encouraged to form that you come from that lady, do not deceive me, I trust.
When, therefore, servants, and princes towards servants, are thus disposed, they can trust each other, but when it is otherwise, the end will always be disastrous for either one or the other.