Did you hear,” a thoroughly drunk and untrustworthy woman told me, “that they found explosives on the George Washington Bridge?
Many in the U.S. have indicted Afghans for being “corrupt” or “lazy” or “untrustworthy” and so on.
They are not evil, immoral, or, as is often said, “untrustworthy.”
“I think both parties are untrustworthy,” he said at one point.
At one point, an older women had declared that Obama was an untrustworthy “Arab.”
Of course his prices are higher than you would pay in London; but he will not supply you with anything that is untrustworthy.
Mere statistics are untrustworthy; dates are even less dependable.
England under Charles II was untrustworthy and vacillating, almost a negligible quantity.
The suggestion was that Challis's report would be untrustworthy.
Such are the opinions expressed about the loadstone attracting (or the general sense of each), all dubious and untrustworthy.