suspicion : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an impression that something might be the case
- n doubt about someone's honesty
- n the state of being suspected
he tried to shield me from suspicion
- n being of a suspicious nature
- Instead, the whole IQ concept is under suspicion.
- God's living spirit calls each nation like each individual to its highest destiny and breaks down the barriers of fear and greed, of suspicion and haired.
- Though he was originally under suspicion, Pichuzkin says police finally concluded that Sergei's death was suicide.
- Barack Obama in Xinhua
The cycle of suspicion and discord must end,Obama said, referring to the US-Islam mistrust during the past eight years caused by his predecessor George Bush's anti-terrorism campaign that raised hostility in the Muslim world.
- Stewart Gull in guardian.co.uk
He has been arrested on the suspicion of murdering all five women: Gemma Adams, Tania Nicol, Anneli Alderton, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls,Mr Gull said.