Definition of trustworthiness in US English:

trustworthiness

noun

  • The ability to be relied on as honest or truthful.

    ‘he has to prove his trustworthiness to you’
    ‘reliability and trustworthiness are important assets in politics’
    • ‘A visit to the beauty salon is a very intimate and confidential exercise and the trustworthiness of the therapist reflects on the way the business is perceived.’
    • ‘Only strangers engaged in this type of transition; friends either had no need or were unwilling to question each other's trustworthiness.’
    • ‘It aims to reassure investors of the trustworthiness of corporate America, with stock markets suffering heavy losses in recent weeks.’
    • ‘We haven't even got on to the trustworthiness of the people who'll be keeping custody of your secure digital identity.’
    • ‘These capabilities in turn reveal a great deal about her intentions and consequently her trustworthiness.’

Pronunciation

trustworthiness

/ˈtrəs(t)ˌwərT͟Hēnəs//ˈtrəs(t)ˌwərðinəs/