tending to cause or excite suspicion; questionable:
inclined to suspect, especially inclined to suspect evil; distrustful:
a suspicious tyrant.
full of or feeling suspicion.
expressing or indicating suspicion:
a suspicious glance.
exciting or liable to excite suspicion; questionable
disposed to suspect something wrong
indicative or expressive of suspicion
noun 1. a long, deep sigh.
verb (used without object), suspired, suspiring. 1. to sigh. 2. to breathe. verb (used with object), suspired, suspiring. 3. to sigh; utter with long, sighing breaths. verb (archaic or poetic) 1. to sigh or utter with a sigh; yearn 2. (intransitive) to breathe; respire
noun 1. a river flowing S from central New York through E Pennsylvania and NE Maryland into Chesapeake Bay. 444 miles (715 km) long. noun 1. a river in the eastern US, rising in Otsego Lake and flowing generally south to Chesapeake Bay at Havre de Grace: the longest river in the eastern US. Length: […]
verb (used with object) 1. Chiefly British Slang. to investigate or figure out (usually followed by out). verb (transitive) (slang) 1. (often foll by out) to attempt to work out (a situation, person’s character, etc), esp using one’s intuition 2. Also sus. to become aware of; suspect (esp in the phrase suss it) noun 3. […]