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truss bridge a bridge in which the load is supported mostly by trusses.
trust confidence (in the strength or ability of a person or thing). [14 definitions]
trustable combined form of trust.
trust account a type of savings account in which the funds are controlled by the depositor as trustee and become payable to the beneficiary upon the trustee's death.
trustbuster a person, esp. a federal officer, who strives to dissolve business trusts through vigorous use of antitrust statutes.
trust company a company or corporation that acts as a trustee and often engages in other banking or commercial activities as well.
trustee a person holding and administering property in the interests of a beneficiary. [3 definitions]
trustees people who hold or take care of a property or business on behalf of another or others.
trusteeship the duties or position of a trustee. [2 definitions]
trustful tending to trust; full of trust.
trust fund money or securities that are held in trust, as for a minor.
trusting that trusts; trustful; having confidence.
trustless combined form of trust.
trustor in law, one who creates a trust.
trust territory a territory that is administered by a country or countries authorized to do so by the United Nations.
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands1 a U.S. trust territory in the Pacific, comprising several groups of islands east and southeast of the Philippines.
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands2 see "Pacific Islands," "Trust Territory of the."
trustworthy worthy or deserving of trust and confidence; steadily dependable; reliable.
trusty faithful; reliable; trustworthy. [3 definitions]
truth agreement with fact or reality. [6 definitions]
truthful tending to adhere to the truth; habitually honest. [2 definitions]