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To not trust or believe someone or something

disbelieve

verb

to not believe someone or something

distrust

verb

to not trust someone or something

mistrust

verb

to not trust someone or something

doubt

verb

to feel that you cannot trust or believe someone

suspicion

noun

a feeling that someone has done something wrong

suspicious

adjective

believing that someone has probably done something wrong

distrustful

adjective

a distrustful person does not trust a particular person or thing or people in general

suspicious

adjective

feeling that someone or something cannot be trusted

under suspicion

believed to be possibly guilty of doing something wrong

suspicion

noun

a feeling that something bad is probably true or likely to happen

conscious uncoupling

the act of ending a marriage or romantic relationship in a way which shows that the two people will remain friends …

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