- adj.可疑的; 猜疑的，怀疑的; 多疑的，不信任的; 多心;
"Did he think there was anything suspicious going on?" — "Yes, he did."
The police inferred that they found her behaviour rather suspicious.
I wasn't going to demean myself by acting like a suspicious wife.
He did not want Pollard to become suspicious that he was now onto him.
The report mentions the death of 18 people in suspicious circumstances.
He was rightly suspicious of meeting me until I reassured him I was not writing about him.
Nottingham police last night found what they described as a suspicious package.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses who may have seen anything suspicious.
Formal, exact and obstinate, he was also cold, suspicious, touchy and tactless.
He warned the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.
Their husbands try to shift the blame by accusing them of having "suspicious minds".
I can just see the nasty suspicious looks I'd be getting from you if we started whispering together.
British voters are rightly suspicious of attempts to save money in the area of education.
The rabbit is timid and suspicious.
It looks very suspicious to me.
The police are suspicious of his alibi because he already has a record.
The policeman examined the suspicious man.
A man was hanging about the house in a suspicious manner.
Look out for burglars on the prowl. If you see anything suspicious, call the police immediately.
They are all so suspicious of each other; a little plain speaking would do a lot of good.
I'm very suspicious about his motives.
These words showed that Amelia was suspicious.
The teacher was suspicious of the student's furtive behaviour during the exam.
Why should you be so suspicious?
The fire is of suspicious origin.
The story goes that he died by his own hands, but this looks rather suspicious.
There is a suspicious man lurking in the shadows.
The special agents broke into his room and rummaged through chests and cupboards but couldn't find anything suspicious.
She got suspicious and decided to get to the bottom of it.
1. openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
2. not as expected;
"there was something fishy about the accident"
"up to some funny business"
"some definitely queer goings-on"
"a shady deal"
"her motives were suspect"
suspiciously 猜疑着, 怀疑着
despite 不管, 尽管, 不论