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- n. A premonition, or hunch. A belief based on very little evidence.
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APOSHIAN: Since this is a court of law, I want to be absolutely truthful and I have the sneaking suspicion one may have been but I’m not positive.
I have a sneaking suspicion that a nasty wound like this—especially one associated with farmwork—will not go over all that well.
When we were both at WorldTech, I always had this sneaking suspicion that there was a reckless spirit hiding somewhere in all that girth.”
Aside from the fact that she was here in a business capacity — representing her father, no less — Julia had the sneaking suspicion that Guy McCann would be hard to manage.
Seated aboard the SSST, Meghan had a sneaking suspicion she knew how Richard Tyler and his fellow assassins had managed to get to Rome and back undetected.