- a inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
great brown eye, true and trustful"- Nordhoff & Hall
- Is it a reattainment of our centre, A core of trustful innocence come home to? .
- CCTV is one of the trustful sources for many Chinese communists and communist-wantabe.
- At Chicago on Illinois primary day last week, twelve thugmen with bulging biceps and "gatts" carried off an entire ballot box into which trustful Republicans had popped .
- Jaap de Hoop Scheffer in Reuters
For us, a solid, trustful NATO-Russia relationship remains a long-term investment in European, and indeed global, security. It is up to Russia to clarify whether she holds a different view,de Hoop Scheffer said.
- Angela Merkel in Earthtimes (press release)
I am convinced that there will be close and trustful cooperation between the United States and Europe so as successfully use the hazards and risks as well as the manifold opportunities to open up our global world,Merkel said in a letter to Obama.
- Hashim Thaci in AFP
Today's meeting with President Bush not only raised the fact that we are closely connected with the United States, but we always be their trustful friend, forever,said Thaci.