Example sentences for: distrust

How can you use “distrust” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Many of them also "wondered if this may not be the start of an evolution affecting all democracies because of the distrust that surrounds political leaders, the latitude permitted to judges, and the pressure of the media," it reported in its main front-page story.

  • The paper says some of Bush's reluctance to hire Beltway types stems from a longstanding distrust of the East Coast establishment, which goes back to his student days at Andover and Yale.

  • It seems to me that the instinct for survival plays as much a role in the trust or distrust among the races as genetics.

  • I've always felt that a chief cause of racial strife is that on a primal, instinctive level, we distrust something new or different from what we know.

  • "We thought at a time when you're introducing a new technology, it is probably wise to do so in a way that encourages public trust rather than public distrust," says FreedomChannel founder Doug Bailey.


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