Definition of 'suspicion'
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What she found confirmed her worst suspicions. The Sun (2007)The extra shopping may have raised suspicions. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Police will be called in if there is suspicion a criminal offence has occurred. The Sun (2016)To avoid suspicion she tried to pluck only hidden areas of her body. The Sun (2013)Our door staff will deal with situations when there is the slightest suspicion. The Sun (2014)They are still quizzing four people on suspicion of murder. The Sun (2012)We maintain a deep suspicion of men with better legs than us. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They were quizzed on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud and have been bailed. The Sun (2010)So the manager is not exactly above suspicion. The Sun (2009)Two men were yesterday being quizzed by cops after being arrested on suspicion of burglary. The Sun (2014)They were held on suspicion of wasting police time. The Sun (2011)The find confirmed her suspicion that all was not well with our relationship with technology. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tips on how to avoid arousing suspicion and telling relatives are also offered. The Sun (2015)He and two crew members have been arrested on suspicion of abandoning people in need. The Sun (2014)The mutual suspicion runs deeper than a theological dispute. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The man was held on suspicion of conspiracy to rob. The Sun (2006)You may have your suspicions as to who did it but that is insufficient to bring a claim. The Sun (2015)In fact there is more than a slight suspicion that scandal and controversy actually help to drive ratings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Pictures of the family with Santa look identical so as not to arouse suspicion. The Sun (2014)The report will paint a picture of an organisation riven by infighting, mistrust and suspicion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He had his suspicions that if something had happened, it happened there. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's bound to arouse more suspicions about how real the audition process is. The Sun (2014)They are being held on suspicion of immigration offences after apparently boarding the lorry in Calais. The Sun (2014)Inevitably, this has led to mistrust and suspicion. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'suspicion'
British English: suspicion NOUN
Suspicion or a suspicion is a belief or feeling that someone has committed a crime or done something wrong.
Don't do anything that might cause suspicion.
Definition of suspicion from the Collins English Dictionary
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