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- adj. Not suspicious
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not suspicious.
- Not raising, or tending to raise, suspicion: as, unsuspicious conduct.
- Not passed in suspicion; free from anything likely to cause suspicion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not suspicious
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And just as he kept saying no one, not even media, is allowed to go in anymore, vans of TV stations and other 'unsuspicious' vehicles kept passing through.
We scrambled up the hill, opting for a quick plan of action over a slow, unsuspicious one.
Because there are few humans — fewer than three per square mile — the birds of the Russian Far East are, well, fairly unsuspicious.
From their dress, and also because the party was immediately behind our lines and within a mile and a half of my headquarters, Meigs and his assistants naturally thought that they were joining friends, and wholly unsuspicious of anything to the contrary, rode on with the three men some little distance; but their perfidy was abruptly discovered by their suddenly turning upon Meigs with a call for his surrender.
You're right about the vetting, of course, and I'm not unsuspicious (to put it mildly) of HRC.
Unschooled in the ways of social networking, this still seemed fairly innocuous to me, but not entirely unsuspicious.
With no facts to the contrary, I reasoned someone must have taken advantage of her merry, unsuspicious nature and claimed her for their own.
Two or three of the crew endeavored to rush me, but, being entirely unsuspicious of any possible attack from the rear, they were unarmed, and after I had caused several of their number to disintegrate and vanish, the rest were so terrified by the ray-pistol as to be entirely tractable.
And apparently in the end KSM tied himself to pretty much everything we could have ever listed – a completely unsuspicious circumstance.
Arm hair may look different in other parts of the world where men tend to have thicker and darker body hair, but from my Western European point of view, the hair on the Ferré guy's arms looks absolutely unsuspicious of being PSed.