Adjective(1) openly distrustful and unwilling to confide(2) not as expected
(1) The Indonesian Embassy in Canberra has had to be closed because of a suspicious package.(2) At this point, the owner became suspicious and questioned them about what they were doing.(3) We are also urged to be vigilant for suspicious behaviour, vehicles and packages.(4) We're generally suspicious of boxing and we exempt wrestling from all expectations of fair play.(5) After a while, the viewer is doomed to grow suspicious of a creative mind that never thinks of simply walking around the wall.(6) No doubt, even those who are not firmly anti-American will be deeply suspicious of American motives.(7) She is suspicious of doctors and nurses and takes her medication only episodically.(8) People will always be suspicious of the answer you come up with, even if it is the right answer.(9) Such practices, which began during this time period, took place under highly suspicious circumstances.(10) As a Tory woman I'm instinctively suspicious of positive discrimination.(11) The vague information about a suspicious vehicle did not point to the commission of any criminal offence.(12) Both had been suspicious ever since he showed up, mysteriously with a blank slate.(13) Police are not treating the death as suspicious , but inquiries are on-going.(14) None of eight witnesses called by the prosecution saw anyone suspicious , he maintained.(15) In fact he was suspicious of any technological advance that might weaken the ├ö├ç├┐master race├ö├ç├û.(16) As someone who works in the unions, what do you tell activists who are suspicious about the union movement?
(1) be suspicious :: ona masalomia
1. doubtful ::
2. disreputable ::
3. questionable ::
4. wary ::
5. shady ::
1. certain ::
2. incontestable ::
3. indisputable ::
4. indubitable ::
5. sure ::
6. undeniable ::
7. undoubted ::
8. unquestionable ::
Different Formssuspicious, suspiciously
Word Example from TV Shows
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...the manager got SUSPICIOUS and...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 5
More loyal, more SUSPICIOUS of outsiders.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5
Let's not get him SUSPICIOUS, all right?
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 12
I know. But you must admit,
it looks SUSPICIOUS.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
Amy, this is crazy.
You have nothing to be SUSPICIOUS about.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3
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