Definition of 'on suspicion'
Example sentences containing 'on suspicion'
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He was arrested last month on suspicion of dangerous driving. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was arrested last month on suspicion of breaching his bail conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Three police workers were arrested last month on suspicion of leaking information about the trips to the local press. The Sun (2013)The workers were quizzed by cops on suspicion of setting up the bogus firm as well as wrongly claiming overtime. The Sun (2013)Yet the banking officer had been arrested in September last year on suspicion of theft. The Sun (2006)He was initially arrested last year on suspicion of making, possessing and distributing indecent images. The Sun (2012)He was one of five men arrested by anti-terror cops last month on suspicion of supporting banned organisations. The Sun (2015)It followed his arrest in June last year on suspicion of murder amid claims of a family inheritance dispute. The Sun (2014)I've been in jail for 12 months based only on suspicion. The Sun (2009)
Definition of on suspicion from the Collins English Dictionary
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