Definitions

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  • n. Lack of suspicion.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being unsuspecting.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Lack of suspicion; unsuspiciousness.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ suspicion

Examples

  • The question sounded like politeness welling from the lips of unsuspicion.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Her expression was, of course, no more one of utter unsuspicion — experience had seen to that — just as her mind was no longer afflicted with the adorable blindness that had been its leading trait in girlhood.

    The Way Home

  • But he was built of loyalty and unsuspicion; and though for a mere second a fear assailed him that the old lady was about to charge Reuben with playing his daughter false, he scouted the fancy hotly.

    Aunt Rachel

  • But there was so little to watch, except kites wheeling overhead everlastingly, that they went to sleep; and we were so bored, and so sure of our hiding-place and Schillingschen's unsuspicion that we did not notice them.

    The Ivory Trail

  • But now, in her unsuspicion, he found his hopes revive.

    The Historical Nights' Entertainment Second Series

  • She dwelt in a serene atmosphere of unsuspicion, going about freely with him, taking their right relations for granted, and not thinking about them.

    The Gray Dawn

  • The "Breaker" had been kept very dark until Hurlbut felt that he was ready; then it was swept through the Senate before the railroad lobby, previously lulled into unsuspicion, could collect itself and block it.

    In the Arena Stories of Political Life

  • Sometimes a man's unsuspicion is wiser, and Harkless knew that she was not flirting with him.

    The Gentleman from Indiana

  • But the half-light of the room was a very obliging ally against such unsuspicion as her son's.

    No. 13 Washington Square

  • He had counted upon blindness, the unsuspicion of perfect confidence; but a passive, conscious conformity such as this -- The thing was unbelievable, providential, too unnaturally good to last.

    Where the Trail Divides

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