suspect[ verb suh-spekt; noun suhs-pekt; adjective suhs-pekt, suh-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF suspect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUSPECT
I suspect that she was the means of influencing so large a purchase.
"I suspect that I have been deceived," said Mr. Morgan, gravely.
I suspect man has more to do with the unmaking than the making of either.
He began to suspect that he was being cheated into listening to a Bible story.
Like Hamlet, too, this Richard is quick to suspect even his friends' loyalty.
There was no surer way to make her suspect it than by bringing Sidney home.
I suspect that she dared not lift her head for fear I might see the laughter in her eyes.
He had feared to meet her—something in his presence might cause her to suspect that something was wrong.
I began to suspect that it was you who made everything so interesting.
I must tell you, then, that you have still more cause for jealousy than you suspect.