And so it begins: two women, decades apart, one too trusting and the other mistrustful, slowly becoming friends.
According to the Pew Research Center, most Millennials are mistrustful of political institutions.
He sat before a wall full of badges, in a big swivel chair, his bovine features set in mistrustful concentration.
Then do not be astonished that I am mistrustful, since you suspect me of knowing what I do not know.
And this it is that makes them, as no doubt they are, so mistrustful and wary.
It would have been more correct to say, they have a tendency to make us mistrustful of the integrity of the clerical character.
Kings and people, mistrustful of each other, were upon their guard.
Crawford was gray and mistrustful, calmly measuring Stuart with his eye, as if he intended to challenge him in a few minutes.
We must feel our way cautiously, patient and ever mistrustful.
Still frightened and mistrustful, Lucinda yet held her hand on the knob.