Definition of distruster in English:

distruster

noun

  • See distrust

    • ‘I was born a Manichean, an original distruster of flesh and blood.’
    • ‘Brown is a centraliser, a statist, a tax 'n' spender, a distruster of markets, a man who tolerates enterprise only within tightly restricted government terms.’
    • ‘Now, this may sound funny coming from me - the ultimate distruster of LE - but I think they do have the right guy.’
    • ‘The distrusters are more likely to have had a promiscuous sexual history and a greater associated rate of STD's.’