Thesaurus / suspects


He came to the top of the steps, and it seemed as if he intended to plunge into the darkness in search of the suspects.

The Gold BatP. G. Wodehouse

And whether he suspects anything, or has a glimmer of the truth, I do not know.

We said, that he suspects not his ignorance of the masters he maligns.

One suspects that pathological explanation, though one does not know enough of the facts to insist upon it.

The Love Affairs of Lord ByronFrancis Henry Gribble

He has evidently just woke up, and is yet uncertain what we are, though he suspects us.

He suspects your having broken into his office or something of the sort.'

A LaodiceanThomas Hardy

He suspects us, and is certain to discover that we are not Spaniards.

Perhaps our mechanized civilization is going to the dogs; as Scriven suspects and you and maybe I myself.

The BrainAlexander Blade

This is the Khalifa's usual mode of acting with all influential persons whom he suspects of disloyalty.

He suspects—is, indeed, almost certain—his enemy is that something.

The Death ShotMayne Reid


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