Trustworthy and Untruthful


Trustworthy adjective - Worthy of one's trust.
Usage example: a trustworthy bodyguard who would never blab to the tabloids

Untruthful is an antonym for trustworthy in reliable topic.


Untruthful adjective - Telling or containing lies.
Usage example: the political action committee was slammed for spreading untruthful smears about the candidate and his wife

Trustworthy is an antonym for untruthful in dishonest topic.

Nearby Words: untruth, untruthfully
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Untruthful or Trustworthy. 2016. Accessed January 31, 2023.
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