I apologize again for my mistrust.
In Britain, red hair is called "ginger" and, when on an Irish head, is a subject for ridicule, part of the ongoing mistrust between the two nations.
Many companies have responded to the current climate of mistrust among consumers by offering window dressing when it comes to business ethics.
You will struggle for survival aboard the Galactica while battling thru mistrust and embroiled in steep intrigue.
The image of Santa and his reindeer is a classic Christmas icon, but the mistrust that is humorously exaggerated in this song leads us to wonder why we revere a "man who drives a sleigh and plays with elves."
You are wise to realize that some of your mistrust of the unknown would stem from the past relationship you had in which your previous girlfriend cheated on you without you being aware.
They take on a life of their own and can quickly overwhelm the truth; this leads to suspicion, mistrust, and misguided efforts to correct the problem stated in the legend.
Mistrust "low fat" products, as they tend to be full of sugar, salt and other unwanted stuff that makes them just as bad as the regular stuff they replace.
Over the course of the series, Scully's initial mistrust - almost contempt - of Mulder is replaced by a deepening trust and even affection.
During the first two years of life, an infant goes through the first stage: Learning Basic Trust or Mistrust (Hope).