not trust someone an inch


not trust someone an inch
not trust someone an inch informal phrase
to not trust someone at all

I wouldn’t trust him an inch.

Thesaurus: to not trust or believe someone or somethingsynonym
Main entry: trust

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  • not trust someone an inch — (not) trust (someone) an inch British & Australian to not trust someone at all. He s charming enough but I wouldn t trust him an inch …   New idioms dictionary

  • not trust someone an inch — informal to not trust someone at all I wouldn t trust him an inch …   English dictionary

  • trust someone an inch — (not) trust (someone) an inch British & Australian to not trust someone at all. He s charming enough but I wouldn t trust him an inch …   New idioms dictionary

  • not trust an inch — (not) trust (someone) an inch British & Australian to not trust someone at all. He s charming enough but I wouldn t trust him an inch …   New idioms dictionary

  • trust an inch — (not) trust (someone) an inch British & Australian to not trust someone at all. He s charming enough but I wouldn t trust him an inch …   New idioms dictionary

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