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trussed (TRUHST) (verb)
1. Having tied someone up tightly to prevent movement: "The thieves trussed up the museum guards and then proceeded to steel several paintings."
2. Having used a strong frame of wooden beams, bars, or rods that have supported a roof or bridge: "The roof of the house was trussed with wooden supports while the bridge was trussed with steal bars."
3. To have tied together the wings and legs of a turkey, chicken, duck, goose, etc. for cooking: "Her mother stuffed and trussed the duck for roasting."
trust (TRUHST) (noun)
1. A belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc.: "The friendship of the couple is based on a mutual love and trust; however, the wife's brother was noted for being a liar and so the husband had no trust in him."
2. An arrangement in which someone's property or money is legally held or managed by someone else or by an organization; such as a bank, usually for a set time: "Her father created a trust for his daughter and the property will be held in trust until her 18th birthday."
trust (TRUHST) (verb)
To believe that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc.: "Working together is going to be difficult if you don't trust each other."

"I am confident that he will do the right thing and so I trust him."

I trust that the turkey is all trussed and ready to put into the oven for our holiday meal later today.

Units related to: “trust
(Latin: believe, belief; faith; confidence; trust)
(Latin: believe, belief; trust, faith, true)