- For Teachers
Please tell me if I can use "trustworthy" in this case?
" You can leave the money with him; he’s totally trustworthy/trustful."
(not a teacher) I would add that "trustful" is not as widely used now as it once was. You're more likely to come across "trusting", as in "he's a trusting boy", rather than "he's a trustful boy." Trustful's antonym, distrustful seems to be surviving rather better.
Hi, bhaisahab and stuartnz.
Thank you very much.