- n the trait of not deserving trust or confidence
- While lawyers for his former employer, tobacco giant Brown Williamson, lobbed allegations of his untrustworthiness at the press, while 60 Minutes staff members put the finishing .
- The President-elect repeated his view of the incompetence of the CIA and the untrustworthiness of the State Department.
- In New York, a court held that discriminatory practices in violation of the open-housing laws can constitute "untrustworthiness" and thereby provide grounds for the revocation .
- Kim Holland in NewsOK.com (registration)
In an order signed Monday and filed Wednesday, Holland said Phipps used fraudulent and dishonest business practices and showed "incompetence, untrustworthiness and financial irresponsibility."
- David Cameron in InTheNews.co.uk
In 2007, we must move into a new gear - setting out in detail our clear, positive alternative to a Labour government whose incompetence and untrustworthiness is beginning to disgust the working people it was elected to serve,Mr Cameron concluded.
- JJ Abrams in BuddyTV
Meanwhile, "One of the things about Walter is the untrustworthiness of his memory," Abrams said. "The fun of it is that he'll have the ability to recall something but not understand how it pertains to something else."