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adverb as in doubtingly

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While states have reported isolated incidents of suspicious voting, the number of affected votes numbers in the dozens across the country.

Spears’s fans have been suspicious of her conservatorship for as long as it has existed.

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Democrats were far more likely than Republicans to vote early, and that made for a whiplashing election night that left voters confused and, in some cases, suspicious.

City Heights resident Francisco Gonzalez, 51, was suspicious of the Measure E campaign’s motives.

If you feel up to it, respectfully providing context or skepticism in response to one of your friends’ suspicious posts can help to slow the spread of a false narrative.

The loyalty she had assumed was mutual was looking to be suspiciously unreciprocated.

Or hundreds of suspiciously young and fit drivers turn out to be members of the Russian special forces?

He raised the device in front of his face, eyeing it suspiciously from behind his Eugene Levy eyebrows.

That would have been a highly precipitous withdrawal and would have looked suspiciously like defeat.

On the outside, Fernando Galeano and Gerardo Moncada, two bosses of the Medellín Cartel, were growing suspiciously wealthy.

Robinson looked at him suspiciously as he took it, and the animals eyed him with evident distrust.

And by lunch-time the cloud had passed away as suddenly, and as suspiciously, as it had come.

He said it because his sentence sounded otherwise suspiciously incomplete.

The general glanced suspiciously at the door to reassure himself that it was closed.

His eyes rest on me curiously, suspiciously, while the trusty hands me a small loaf of bread.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suspiciously, such as: skeptically, distrustfully, distrustingly, doubtfully, dubiously, and questioningly.

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