Mistrust

usgb/ˌmɪsˈtrʌst/Volume
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Negative EmotionPlay
Mistrust carries a stronger negative emotion than simple doubt, often implying betrayal or deception. SlideHis repeated lies have sown deep mistrust among his friends.
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Not Always FairPlay
Mistrust might not always be based on evidence; sometimes, it's a feeling or prejudice. SlideDespite her clear record, there was an unexplained mistrust of her intentions.
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Cultural ContextPlay
Understand historical or cultural contexts, as mistrust can be deeper between certain groups due to past conflicts. SlideThe mistrust between the rival communities dates back generations.