Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Robert's suspicions were lulled to sleep, and he ceased to be as vigilant and watchful as he had been.

To disregard it would be to start the suspicions of Dozier as soon as his brain cleared.

Neither did the suspicions against him remain passive; they became active.

Oh, how you must have despised me for the folly, the meanness of my suspicions!

He had not done that, but had waited, and risked facing my suspicions.

He was too much for her, she saw, and the knowledge only served to fan her indignation and suspicions.

Since nothing of this sort had been arranged, it might arouse Marcolina's suspicions.

He knew well enough that little Stanley's suspicions were correct.

Such were the suspicions she drew from his silence; but indeed they were ill-grounded.

He began to have suspicions of the prisoner, and to keep an eye upon him, soon afterwards.