trustful

[truhst-fuhl]
adjective
full of trust; free of distrust, suspicion, or the like; confiding: a trustful friend.

Origin:
1570–80; trust + -ful

trustfully, adverb
trustfulness, noun
overtrustful, adjective
overtrustfully, adverb
overtrustfulness, noun
untrustful, adjective
untrustfully, adverb
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trustful or trusting (ˈtrʌstfʊl)
 
adj
characterized by a tendency or readiness to trust others
 
trusting or trusting
 
adj
 
'trustfully or trusting
 
adv
 
'trustingly or trusting
 
adv
 
'trustfulness or trusting
 
n
 
'trustingness or trusting
 
n

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Example sentences
The organization recognizes the importance of developing a trustful, meaningful
  and productive team environment.
We also strive to maintain a productive trustful relationship through
  transparency and regular communication with state officials.
Establish and maintain a trustful, confidential and non-evaluative relationship
  with intern.
Youths tend to be trustful and will often let a friend drive when he or she has
  no business behind the wheel.
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