What is the opposite of suspect?

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Adjective
Opposite of not to be trusted or relied upon
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Adjective
Opposite of strange, usually arousing suspicion
“Because of his outspoken and arrogant nature, many people had a hard time considering Michael to be a trustworthy person.”
Adjective
Opposite of that cannot be conceived
Adjective
Opposite of odd or peculiar in manner or character
Adjective
Opposite of vulnerable or easily threatened
“First, let me assure you that Her Royal Highness is of sound mind, body and spirit!”
Adjective
Opposite of shady or morally questionable
Adjective
Opposite of not likely to be true or to happen
“It is likely that future interstellar explorers will have a wide range of new worlds to explore.”
Verb
Opposite of to form a supposition
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Opposite of doubt the genuineness or truth of
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Opposite of to regard as untrustworthy
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Opposite of to express uncertainty
“We do not believe that definitive conclusions can be reached on so obviously inadequate an evidentiary record.”
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Opposite of to discover (something) by guesswork or intuition
“You'll need to know the exact amount of energy required for the warrior to maintain his defenses.”
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Opposite of to suppose to be the case, without proof
“These matters are of grave public concern and the people deserve to know the truth.”
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Opposite of to perceive information through one's senses
“You are usually a perceptive person, so I'm not sure how you were able to miss the cues that she was depressed.”
Verb
Opposite of to venture to say, to think something probable
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Opposite of to regard as likely
“I know that is a durian based on the unmistakable smell.”
Verb
To think or suppose
“I fancy that the earth isn't quite as flat as you imagine it to be.”
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(figuratively) Opposite of to have an awareness of something
“How can you be oblivious to all this suspicious activity happening around you?”
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(with clause) Opposite of to believe without reason
“I reject the ridiculous idea that this earth may actually be flat.”
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Opposite of to believe, based on information
“I am likely to disbelieve the findings of the scientists.”
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Opposite of to learn from information given
“Mr. Stevens, I think you misunderstand my point, so allow me to clarify.”
Verb
Opposite of to be in expectation of
“I am unaware if he will be posting another update on social media very soon.”
Verb
To logically form, or arrive at, an opinion or conclusion about something
“I believe, based on the evidence, that Mike Diehl facilitated his wife's death.”
Noun
Opposite of one who is sued and called upon to make satisfaction for a wrong complained of by another
Noun
Opposite of a person who is dishonest or a criminal
“My father shot a red light, and there was a policeman on the far side.”
Adverb
Opposite of with an attitude or look of suspicion or disapproval
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