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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntrustworthyun‧trust‧wor‧thy /ʌnˈtrʌstˌwɜːði $ -ˌwɜːr-/ adjective  someone who is untrustworthy cannot be trusted
Examples from the Corpus
untrustworthyAt best Gordievsky was tolerated by the authorities but still regarded as a traitor and untrustworthy.It is no good asking for trust if those who make the appeal are behaving in ways that seem so plainly untrustworthy.Perhaps I was showing too many teeth which could make me appear roguish and untrustworthy.We tend to think that the Pharisees were unscrupulous, double-dealing, untrustworthy.As far as John was concerned women were untrustworthy and unpredictable.What a contrast with the rattled and untrustworthy gamblers at Number 10 and Number 11 Downing Street.
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