Synonyms of 'suspicion'
in the sense of qualm
a sudden sensation of misgiving
I had a sudden qualm that all might not be well.
in the sense of scepticism
The report has inevitably been greeted with scepticism.
in the sense of shade
a slight amount
There was a shade of irony in her voice.
in the sense of shadow
a hint or faint trace
It was without a shadow of a doubt the best we've played.
in the sense of strain
a trace or streak
There was a strain of bitterness in his voice.
in the sense of streak
a quality or characteristic
He's still got a mean streak.
in the sense of suggestion
that fashionably faint suggestion of a tan
in the sense of supposition
an idea or a statement believed or assumed to be true
There's a popular supposition that we're publicly funded.
in the sense of surmise
a conclusion based on incomplete or uncertain evidence
Her surmise proved correct.
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Thesaurus for suspicion from the Collins English Thesaurus