SB 10.1.61

tatheti sutam ādāya
 yayāv ānakadundubhiḥ
nābhyanandata tad-vākyam
 asato ’vijitātmanaḥ
Synonyms: 
tathā — very well; iti — thus; sutam ādāya — taking back his child; yayau — left that place; ānakadundubhiḥ — Vasudeva; na abhyanandata — did not very much value; tat-vākyam — the words (of Kaṁsa); asataḥ — who was without character; avijita-ātmanaḥ — and without self-control.
Translation: 
Vasudeva agreed and took his child back home, but because Kaṁsa had no character and no self-control, Vasudeva knew that he could not rely on Kaṁsa’s word.