suspecting

[ verb suh-spekt; noun suhs-pekt; adjective suhs-pekt, suh-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF suspecting
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Bulan, suspecting no treachery, was all anxiety to be off at once.

But your mother mentioned that you had been suspecting your father.

Richard, my friend, she couldn't have done it if she had suspected us of suspecting her.

Didn't you say they'd been suspecting him for some time back?

Theodora was far from suspecting the cause of her lover's agitation.

He looked again towards the two sailors, suspecting their sleep.

Far, indeed, were these passers from suspecting the terrible drama of which it was the theatre.

And he drew a breath of relief, suspecting nothing of her deep guile.

That which he had already been suspecting, he now accounted proven to him.

The others stood at gaze, scarce yet suspecting the drift of so much talk.

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