trusty

Part of speech: adjective

Faithful to duty or trust; trustworthy; staunch; firm.

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Usage examples "trusty":

  1. But it is only less difficult to decide upon a trusty agency. - "From the Easy Chair, series 3", George William Curtis.
  2. Our men and horses were hidden among the dense cottonwoods a mile behind us, but, though invisible to us, we well knew that trusty eyes were keeping watch for the first signal from the hillside. - "Campaigning with Crook and Stories of Army Life", Charles King.
  3. But the trusty messenger, who arrived three days later, was not, as I had hoped, young Bunker or young Anybody. - "On the Church Steps", Sarah C. Hallowell.