- Arousing suspicion.
- His suspicious behaviour brought him to the attention of the police.
- 1957, H. E. Bates, Death of a Huntsman
- If their views were entrancing their sanitation was primeval; if they possessed stables they were also next to the gas-works; if their gardens were delightful there were odours suspicious of mice in the bedrooms.
- Distrustful or tending to suspect.
- I have a suspicious attitude to get-rich-quick schemes.
- Expressing suspicion
- She gave me a suspicious look.
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