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    1. Ackers had a sneaking suspicion that this wasn’t an assassin after all

    2. Don’t worry, the situation will resolve itself in a moment,” Ackers said, thinking quickly that he now had to appear as normal as possible so as not to arouse too much suspicion and have the paper boy call in any authorities

    3. ‘That you have been completely cleared of any suspicion

    4. He confided a suspicion to Tahlmute

    5. I have a suspicion that there may well be no-one to disturb at this end of the house, but you never know and Stephen deserves his sleep

    6. He is either pulling my leg or a penniless Albanian; he is certainly not a literature master, I thought but suppressed that suspicion at once

    7. It occurs to me maybe Helen is lying and sabotaged my meeting with George, yet I prefer to suppress this suspicion quickly

    8. He had a suspicion against one of his sons

    9. You can leave most of it in crumbs on your plate without arousing suspicion

    10. It was his current suspicion that they may have attempted contact, may have even made contact and they were keeping it secret even from him

    11. She patted wrist, smiling warmly, 'I see the man you mean but we must not cause suspicion

    12. This raises an amazing amount of suspicion and the

    13. Godfrey, don't think I've finished with you yet!' Then he strode off to his bus, seething with suspicion and spite

    14. What if they were aware of how much I knew? If they had a mere scintilla of suspicion they'd never let me return to shore, they couldn't afford to

    15. There were those few who lived in the little village of Tahoe City who had not embraced the Livingsons as full members of the community, but had merely grudgingly accepted their lesser place in the economy of the town, though with unreserved suspicion

    16. “This was SO many years before me, but legend says the guy she was living with at the time had a big bummer over what happened to her, so I would have him under suspicion

    17. She listened to her voice, alert for any suspicion of a tremor … no, it sounded normal

    18. “Because I seem to be under suspicion for the body I’m in

    19. “In the neighborhood where she was found was our suspicion as I remember,” he said

    20. No one is above suspicion,” he said, and looked at her

    21. She knew no one was technically above suspicion, but was he telling her personally that she was not above suspicion? “Althart knows these things about himself and he will not want to discuss it with you

    22. ” Harry announced, then bounced from his chair, crossed the street and began to shadow their suspect, as only a nine year old boy could---without suspicion or notice

    23. he was beyond suspicion

    24. By the time Yorthops left, checking the hallway carefully before leaving, Ava knew the only thing she could do to remove suspicion from herself was find out how it really happened

    25. There was no sense in pretending the other didn’t know what was going on, was there? “So you’re admitting that I am under suspicion?”

    26. “Everyone is under suspicion,” he said, a stock answer

    27. The others couldn’t think of a reason they would be under suspicion and cooperated fully

    28. “Everyone is under suspicion,” he said

    29. He had been under as much suspicion as anyone else, just because of what he was saying

    30. 'What are you up to?' asked Henri, his suspicion fully

    31. watched their reactions carefully, and found suspicion,

    32. Miss Bunker distributed the packets, gave explicit instructions for each section to be completed, and was explicit in cautioning them against evincing any suspicion or hint of 'cheating

    33. My suspicion was confirmed by the

    34. have any idea what put that suspicion into his head?' Jean

    35. suspicion their way?' De Plassan had to admit that his

    36. “Can you observe this settlement some more without arousing suspicion?” Elmore asked

    37. I had a suspicion that my status was only elevated

    38. These were the people in his life that mattered the most to him, and he had the sneaking suspicion they very well felt the same way

    39. ‘I have a suspicion that Anne will tell him herself

    40. But Henri had already read the suspicion in

    41. suspicion that you intend to make such a proposal to the

    42. leave her to face suspicion on her own

    43. ‘Madame,’ he said, all the suspicion and doubt with

    44. Regulars looked on with suspicion at the stranger who was ordering a beer

    45. He did, however, have a strong suspicion as to how Dobber ended up there

    46. All we have is a decade-old picture and the unconfirmed suspicion that he's somewhere in the city

    47. across a local inhabitant he was regarded with suspicion

    48. The enquiry later laid the suspicion on Fred as they found him eventually, him with his fire overalls on

    49. She hoped that she was out from under suspicion, but maybe all she had really done in his mind was refuse to confess

    50. She wondered where Kelvin learned this suspicion? She had told no one but Thom

    1. Marcus told her to hurry as he spotted the high water mark and suspicioned that they would be underwater when the tide came in

    2. He knew a few spells he could perform without the regular components but suspicioned if he tried without the proper protection, he’d be fried

    3. I wanted to explode and attack him yet I suspicioned that he had other arcane methods to subdue me

    4. Was Cecy up there laughing at him out of sharp bird eyes, shuffling her feathers, singing at him? He suspicioned the cigar store Indian

    5. Was Cecy up there laughing at him out of sharp bird eyes, shuffling her feathers, singing at him? He suspicioned the cigar-store Indian

    6. ‘What things?’ he suspicioned

    1. He wouldn't admit to Venna that their suspicions sent him up here

    2. She confided in Jorma more than she should have about Venna but felt Jorma was likely to listen to reason and thought he should be warned of their suspicions

    3. Of course they really hadn't told him much but their suspicions had they?

    4. He thought Tahlmute was going to discuss his suspicions of Estwig again

    5. If he did doostEr was going to discuss his suspicions again, now that they were so alone in these wilds

    6. If my suspicions are true, then I don’t need to worry about getting one which can detect pregnancy in the very early days …

    7. He made notes as she outlined her suspicions

    8. I started with my suspicions of Daphne, told her about the interloper and then about Mercouri and his misplaced lusting after she had left

    9. Nevertheless, since we have to suspect the local authorities are completely aware of what is going on but may be suffering from wilful blindness, to approach them with our suspicions might place ourselves in an even more vulnerable position than we are in already

    10. He wondered if he should say anything about his suspicions, but then decided he would wait and see

    11. “I have to admit that, at first, I had my suspicions about young

    12. Promptly, the fox declared to the tiger, "How dare you kill me!" On hearing the words the tiger was surprised and asked for the reason" The fox raised his voice a bit higher and declared arrogantly: "To tell you the truth, it's I who was accredited by God of the forest as the king of all the animals! If you kill me, that will be against the God's will, you know?" Seeing that the tiger became suspicions, the fox added: "Let's have a test

    13. I had suspected as much; it is very kind of you to confirm those suspicions,” answered Belle tactfully

    14. He had so many suspicions about Ava by now that he didn’t really trust her with his thoughts

    15. Hipolyta and Titania had begun keeping the curtains over the workshop alcove closed all the time, but as they also made sure no one was usually around to notice when they went in and out, it didn't raise any suspicions

    16. He had already been having his suspicions that

    17. His suspicions were on edge by this time, especially since she acted like she didn’t even know what it was an hour and a half ago

    18. the last few months, and he had certainly entertained a few suspicions

    19. Since it was closer than her cubby, Ava had no excuse not to go up and see Kulai just to be sure he couldn’t remember why he was two weeks late with that boat sheet and see if she could find out anything about Enjteen’s suspicions

    20. She learned nothing more about the case and nothing to verify any of Enjteen’s suspicions about Kulai other than that he was obviously getting more income from his businesses than his position at the Kassikan

    21. 'And – if such suspicions were

    22. The less these people knew about his suspicions and

    23. think it would be a mistake to limit your suspicions to those

    24. A quick glance around the warmly decorated kitchen and she was able to confirm her suspicions by the clock hanging over the sink

    25. the information had confirmed his suspicions, then downed

    26. at the end his suspicions were on Jacob – because he’d

    27. was worried that he’d aroused his suspicions, but Leger

    28. guilt on account of her suspicions

    29. suspicions seriously, but had been premature in her

    30. She found her suspicions about Mike correct, but everyone else was there, including Jim, who had found a seat near the front of the room

    31. Now he will pretend, no doubt, that I have said anything which he may invent which will confirm his insane suspicions

    32. It wasn’t long before all of their suspicions came to an end

    33. Whisperings among the townsfolk in and out of the tavern did not help to assuage his nervous suspicions

    34. the figure was supposed to represent, though Penelope had suspicions that it might be a previously unknown statue of one of the fabled Snow Elves, prior to their grotesque Falmer form of the present

    35. One thing he did not want was to raise suspicions, to cause his men to be more nervous than they already were due to the insufferable waiting

    36. The popular fear of engrossing and forestalling may be compared to the popular terrors and suspicions of witchcraft

    37. The law which put an end to all prosecutions against witchcraft, which put it out of any man's power to gratify his own malice by accusing his neighbour of that imaginary crime, seems effectually to have put an end to those fears and suspicions, by taking away the great cause which encouraged and supported them

    38. It verified Martin’s suspicions, but something was troubling him about the meeting he had with Raoul

    39. Martin realized that he needed more information to convince Security that his suspicions were valid

    40. This announcement peeked Martin’s interest ever since his suspicions about Sloan had been aroused

    41. ‘I have my suspicions about this one

    42. She was understandably on edge and voiced her fears and suspicions

    43. In addition, there were suspicions that the Shenandoah had recruited crewmembers from the local area in violation of

    44. She was glad she had witnessed this event however, worse than any of her suspicions about the boy

    45. This substantiated the suspicions about Atzerodt that Booth had already feared

    46. His suspicions confirmed when he searched through his bedroom

    47. Her attempts to try to Heal him aroused his suspicions further however

    48. That response roused Orion’s suspicions; he knew Adem had spoken with the rebel emissaries today; he also believed Adem had played a part in starting the rebellion

    49. And his suspicions

    50. Not until her late teens did Monique start to have her suspicions

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    Synonyms for "suspicion"

    suspicion suspiciousness distrust misgiving mistrust hunch intuition notion idea impression surmise conjecture supposition imagination scepticism cynicism hint trace streak strain

    "suspicion" definitions

    an impression that something might be the case

    doubt about someone's honesty

    the state of being suspected

    being of a suspicious nature