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I.pass. not to be trusted, and so,
1.of persons and their acts, not trusty, distrusted, faithless, Il., etc.; θράσος ἄπ. groundless confidence, Thuc.
2.of reports and the like, incredible, Hdt., Aesch.; τὸ ἐλπίδων ἄπιστον what one cannot believe even in hope, Soph.
II.act. not believing or trusting, mistrustful, incredulous, suspicious, Od.; ἀπιστότερος less credulous, Hdt.; ἄπιστος πρὸς Φίλιππον distrustful towards him, Dem.; ἄπιστος σαυτῶι not believing what you say yourself, Plat.; τὸ ἀπ. ἀπιστία, Thuc.:—in NTest., unbelieving, an unbeliever,
2.not obeying, disobeying, c. gen., Aesch.
III.adv. ἀπίστως,
1.pass. beyond belief, Thuc.
2.act. distrustfully, suspiciously, id=Thuc.

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