- n.怀疑; 嫌疑; 疑心; 〈口〉一点儿
- 复数: suspicions;
He managed to avert suspicion.
His surreptitious behaviour naturally aroused suspicion.
The suspicion did cross my mind , even as he spoke, that the man was lying and on further reflection I was sure of it.
The men were pulled in on suspicion of having committed a burglary.
He is clear from suspicion.
There was just a suspicion of light in the east.
A suspicion sprang up in her mind after she heard what he'd said.
The entire suspicion fell upon the servant.
No suspicion attaches to him.
He is under suspicion of murder.
He took an heiress to wife and was regarded with suspicion by her family.
Time validated our suspicion.
He was examined on ( the ) suspicion of being an enemy agent.
They were divided by mutual suspicion and jealousies.
The police intercepted the traffic on the roads to examine vehicles under suspicion.
The suspicion that she was lying continued to nag at me.
They drove away slowly to avoid arousing suspicion.
I have a sneaking suspicion that they are going to succeed.
He was arrested in 1984 on suspicion of being a spy — a charge he stridently denies.
He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
He was a respected academic and above suspicion.
Whitlock silently cursed Graham for heaping more suspicion on him.
Scotland Yard had assured him he was not under suspicion.
We need to back that suspicion up with statistical proof.
It seemed obvious from his report of that meeting that you were trying to focus suspicion on Mr Hirsch.
Hillsden scrupulously avoided any topic likely to arouse suspicion as to his motives.
There's a great deal of suspicion and fear, and it's hard to say when all of this will simmer down.
She did not attempt to throw any suspicion upon you.
A lot of suspicion fell on her.
Imagine that someone in your neighborhood broke the law, and the judge put the whole neighborhood under suspicion.
In our interviews, many students viewed politics with suspicion and distaste.
Ms Brooks may or may not have had suspicions about how her journalists got their stories, but she asked no questions, gave no instructions—nor received traceable, recorded answers.
1. an impression that something might be the case;
"he had an intuition that something had gone wrong"
2. doubt about someone's honesty
3. the state of being suspected;
"he tried to shield me from suspicion"
4. being of a suspicious nature;
"his suspiciousness destroyed his marriage"
suspiciously 猜疑着, 怀疑着
despite 不管, 尽管, 不论
too obviously good or honest to be thought capable of wrongdoing
thought to be guilty of wrongdoing