Trust an inch - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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not trust (one) an inch
To not trust one at all. I've known Vick since we were kids, and I don't trust him an inch—he's always up to something.
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not trust somebody an ˈinch not trust somebody at all: He says he just wants to help you but I wouldn’t trust him an inch if I were you.
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References in periodicals archive
Ferguson also used his autobiography to describe Strachan as someone he would not "trust an inch
"- even though the Scot had played under him for United, Aberdeen and Scotland.
I could reveal here the names of five players who regular tennis punters have learned not to trust an inch
, but libel lawyers would be on to me quicker than a British Wimbledon exit.
- true that
- true to
- true to (one's) colors
- true to (one's) word
- true to (someone or something)
- true to form
- true to life
- true to word
- true up
- truly yours
- trump card
- trump something up
- trump up
- trumped up
- trumpet spider
- trundle along
- truss up
- trust (one) for (something)
- trust (one) to (do something)
- trust (someone or something) with (someone or something)
- trust an inch
- trust for
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- trust in Allah, but tie up your camel
- trust in God and keep your powder dry
- trust in God, but keep your powder dry
- trust in God, but tie up your camel
- trust me
- Trust me!
- trust someone as far as one could throw him, not to/I wouldn't
- trust the process
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- trust to do
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- trust you, him, her, etc.
- trust, but verify
- truth is stranger than fiction
- truth to tell
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- Truth, Justice, and the American Way
- try (one's) damndest
- try (one's) damnedest
- try (one's) fortune