- n a convict who is considered trustworthy and granted special privileges
- a worthy of trust or belief
- Hollywood has taught us what to expect: a trusty sidekick like R2-D2, a gleaming robo-maid like The Jetsons' Rosey or a cyberassassin like .
- But police had found the trusty who had helped her escape.
- Not this morningthis morning Fai is high and happy but alone, heading back to his stack of Japanese porno DVDs and his trusty remote control.
News & Articles
- Recycling transition brings surprises to some
Local recyclers found some surprises Friday, including vacant lots, full bins and an old, trusty standby — the Deo Drive parking lot — still in business.
June 15, 2013 - Newark Advocate
- Dog loves to ride on owner's lawnmower
Doing weekly summer chores, like mowing the lawn, can get a bit boring, but not for one Vermont man. He always has his trusty companion on board.
June 14, 2013 - WSFA 12 Montgomery
- Old Space Station Treadmill to be Dumped from Orbit
The space station's trusty old Treadmill Vibration Isolation System will be dumped in July after being superseded by the recently installed Combined Operational Load Bearing External Resistance Treadmill (C.O.L.B.E.R.T.) Continue reading ?
June 13, 2013 - Discovery News
- James Cook in AFP
Taking the watch on board, along with 27 tonnes of ship's biscuit and 19,000 litres of beer, Cook noted in his logbook -- on show in Bonn -- that his "trusty friend ...... exceeded the expectations of its most Zealous advocate."
- Phil Vickery in International Herald Tribune
His track record answers the question,Vickery said. "A trusty boot, the percentages speak for themselves. It's a huge bonus for any side to have someone of his capabilities."
- Gerard Cosloy in HitFix (blog)
On his blog on Matador's site, Cosloy said, "We'll be dropping further hints about the lineup in the days ahead but a final announcement and information about how to purchase tikets will be made here at the trusty Matablog on July 5. Are you as...