suspected[ verb suh-spekt; noun suhs-pekt; adjective suhs-pekt, suh-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF suspected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUSPECTED
The faithful attendants at once suspected treachery in Alcibiades.
I suspected that much tiredness of travel would be involved.
Should not one fly the man who is but suspected of such a one?
She also saw that Dick was abnormally excited, and suspected that he had been drinking.
The bearer, if suspected and examined, is to produce that as the only one he carries.
If he ever suspected any lack of finer fiber in Max, he put the thought away.
And Max more than suspected that now, at last, he had been caught.
It may be so: once he had suspected it, I could not keep him any longer at Talimeco.
His preconceived plan of the suspected man's operations was working out.
He suspected that the chief emotions he inspired were curiosity and mischievousness.