untrustworthy

  • 1untrustworthy — I adjective capricious, changeable, conniving, deceitful, deceptive, dishonest, dishonorable, disloyal, double dealing, faithless, fallible, false, fickle, fly by night, fraudulent, frivolous, illusive, inconstant, insecure, insidious,… …

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  • 2untrustworthy — 1846, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + TRUSTWORTHY (Cf. trustworthy) …

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  • 3untrustworthy — [adj] not dependable, unfaithful capricious, conniving, crooked, deceitful, devious, dishonest, disloyal, dubious, fair weather*, faithless, false, fickle, fink*, fly by night*, guileful, irresponsible, questionable, shady, sharp, shifty*,… …

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  • 4untrustworthy — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unable to be trusted. DERIVATIVES untrustworthiness noun …

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  • 5untrustworthy — [spelling only] …

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  • 6untrustworthy — [[t]ʌ̱ntrʌ̱stwɜː(r)ði[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you say that someone is untrustworthy, you think they are unreliable and cannot be trusted. I think he is shallow, vain and untrustworthy... His opponents still say he s a fundamentally untrustworthy… …

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  • 7untrustworthy — un|trust|wor|thy [ʌnˈtrʌstˌwə:ði US ˌwə:r ] adj someone who is untrustworthy cannot be trusted …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8untrustworthy — un|trust|wor|thy [ ʌn trʌst,wɜrði ] adjective not capable of being trusted or depended on: I ve never known her to be untrustworthy …

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  • 9untrustworthy — adjective the group s untrustworthy treasurer Syn: dishonest, deceitful, double dealing, treacherous, traitorous, two faced, duplicitous, mendacious, dishonorable, unprincipled, unscrupulous, corrupt, slippery; unreliable, undependable, fly by… …

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  • 10untrustworthy — UK [ʌnˈtrʌstˌwɜː(r)ðɪ] / US [ʌnˈtrʌstˌwɜrðɪ] adjective not capable of being trusted or depended on I ve never known her to be untrustworthy …

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  • 11untrustworthy — /ʌnˈtrʌstwɜði/ (say un trustwerdhee) adjective 1. not to be believed; dishonest. 2. not to be relied on to handle responsibility; unreliable. 3. not to be relied on to perform in a controlled way: *In Nan s mind, lightning and electricity were… …

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  • 12untrustworthy — adj. * * * …

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  • 13untrustworthy — adjective Not deserving of trust; unreliable. Syn: inaccurate, insincere, unreliable Ant: true, accurate, sincere …

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  • 14untrustworthy — Synonyms and related words: dangerous, desultory, doubtful, dubious, fly by night, hazardous, infirm, insecure, insubstantial, irresponsible, perilous, precarious, provisional, questionable, risky, rocky, shaky, shifting, shifty, slippery,… …

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  • 15untrustworthy — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. guileful, conniving, deceitful; see irresponsible , unreliable 1 , 2 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. undependable, unreliable, dishonest, deceitful, devious, false, disloyal, unfaithful, treacherous, disreputable.… …

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  • 16untrustworthy — adj. unreliable, undependable, disloyal, deceitful …

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  • 17untrustworthy — adjective unable to be trusted. Derivatives untrustworthiness noun …

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  • 18untrustworthy — a. Unreliable, deceitful, treacherous, rotten, not to be depended on …

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  • 19untrustworthy — adj 1. disreputable, dishonest, undependable, untrusty, deceitful, questionable. See unreliable(def. 1). 2. changeable, fickle, variable. See unreliable(def. 2) …

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  • 20untrustworthy — un·trustworthy …

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