Synonyms of 'suspicion'
in the sense of glimmer
a faint indication
Our last glimmer of hope faded.
in the sense of guess
My guess is that she's waiting for you to make the first move.
in the sense of hint
a small amount
I glanced at her and saw no hint of irony on her face.
in the sense of hunch
a feeling or suspicion not based on facts
I had a hunch that we would work well together.
in the sense of impression
a vague idea or belief
My impression is that they are totally out of control.
in the sense of intuition
instinctive knowledge of or belief about something without conscious reasoning
You can't make a case on intuitions, you know.
in the sense of misgiving
She had some misgivings about what she was about to do.
in the sense of mistrust
lack of trust
There was mutual mistrust between the two men.
in the sense of notion
an idea or opinion
the notion that musical ability is present from birth
He has a realistic notion of his capabilities.
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Thesaurus for suspicion from the Collins English Thesaurus