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noun. ['səˈspɪʃən'] an impression that something might be the case.
Rhymes with Suspicion
Sentences with suspicion
1. Noun, singular or mass
Being supportive and kind rather than defensive and argumentative might lessen her suspicion and anger.
Quotes about suspicion
1. Suspicion is the cancer of friendship.
2. The books - the generous friends who met me without suspicion - the merciful masters who never used me ill!
- Wilkie Collins, Armadale
3. Suspicion,"he said. "Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. He's a genius.""Starring Cary Grant."When Lucas gave me a look, I added, "You have your priorities, I have mine.
- Claudia Gray, Evernight
noun. ['səˈspɪʃən'] doubt about someone's honesty.
noun. ['səˈspɪʃən'] being of a suspicious nature.
noun. ['səˈspɪʃən'] the state of being suspected.