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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A convict who is considered dependable and granted special privileges adj. - Worthy of belief or confidence.

Usage examples (35)
  • I called my trusty ladytown expert, Jennifer, and we discussed my "issues".
  • Then he called his trusty servant, and commanded him to seek everywhere and see whether he could find a beautiful girl.
  • Well, the probes and the trusty were a little slow for Gordon Weiss.
  • So, at midnight, calling a trusty maid-servant, she, with a horn lantern, went out secretly to the prison pen. for more
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