- v. present participle of suspect.
“Do you find that closely-knit towns tend to band together after a momentous event, however tragic, or, do you think Leigh is right in suspecting the entire town is whispering about her and her family behind her back?”
“And the ‘seven’ – just amazing – Am I wrong in suspecting that their struggles with the hating-loving-respecting-accepting Elena have just begun?”
“For one thing, both the ranking Democrat and Republican signed the letter, suggesting there is bipartisan sentiment in suspecting ... oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive.”
“Am I alone in suspecting that one serious consideration behind the decision to keep Stephen Colbert off the South Carolina Democratic primary ballot was that he might well win it?”
“He is right in suspecting the “White City” to be imaginary, but its sea has no apparent connection with the Caspian.”
“I certainly don't need any help in suspecting and distrusting the government.”
“If the sequence was successful guessed, we would be reasonable in suspecting the guessing process was not in fact random.”
“From the fact that no political party is opposing them, but that all are more or less clustering around them, I think we are justified in suspecting that the latter theory is the one to which we should hold.”
“(Hist. des Empereurs, tom.v. p. 726) in suspecting the royal pedigree, which remained a secret till the promotion of Theodosius.”
“Like his namesake Franken, Al wants to be taken seriously but many people, with good reason, persist in suspecting that he’s joking.”
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