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How to use sneaking suspicion in a sentence
And I have a sneaking suspicion that you're not being all that helpful with health care implementation.A U.S. Thanksgiving—Family Style: Fractious but Friendly | Joshua DuBois | November 24, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In fact, I have a sneaking suspicion that everyone knew that Black was Banville long before this.
Bristol, however, is immediately cautious, tucking away “the sneaking suspicion that I might need to watch my back.”
I might actually have ranked this film higher on the list, except for a sneaking suspicion that it may not be fantasy at all.
It gave us pause and inspired a sneaking suspicion that perhaps there was something the matter with Tennyson after all.Pieces of Hate | Heywood Broun
In fact, she giggled, Ive a sneaking suspicion that I was asleep too.The Adventure Girls at K Bar O | Clair Blank
I have a sneaking suspicion that not only will they never find us, but we'll never find them again.Border, Breed Nor Birth | Dallas McCord Reynolds
"I'm beginning to have a sneaking suspicion—" Crawford began without finishing.Border, Breed Nor Birth | Dallas McCord Reynolds
Uncle doesn't like Mr. Chopstone, because he says he has a sneaking suspicion that Mr. Chopstone admires Edna.Seeing France with Uncle John | Anne Warner
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