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  1. Define suspicion. suspicion synonyms, suspicion pronunciation, suspicion translation, English dictionary definition of suspicion. the act of suspecting; doubt, mistrust, misgiving: I have a suspicion that she isn’t being truthful.
  2. The suspicion exists that Harries is stealing money from the company safe. There is strong suspicion on both sides that information is being withheld. information that casts suspicion on one of the most powerful figures in the party; Suspicions against the former leader remain.
  3. No suspicion or fear can be rightly directed toward our country. At the same time there was not a suspicion of truculence or even repulse in his carriage. There is some suspicion that the names have been interchanged. In the meantime he will go home, and not a suspicion will be roused.
  4. Nov 14,  · Hitchcock's 'Suspicion' starts off as a slow moving silly romantic comedy before switching to a thriller. Hitchcock's style of narrating the story as the events unfold is brilliant as usual. Cary Grant turns on the charm button but it is Joan Fontaine who steals the show/10(K).
  5. One of my favorite songs of all times was this artist, and the song 'Suspicion'. It came out and was a big hit during one of the most exciting times in music history, and when this American artist was able to have a big hit during the British Invasion and with The Beatles and all the British Artists taking over the airwaves and the charts/5(28).
  6. In the early 60s Terry Stafford (Born ) was marketed as an Elvis Presley sound-alike. He actually recorded an Elvis tune called "Suspicion" which made it .
  7. Suspicion definition is - the act or an instance of suspecting something wrong without proof or on slight evidence: mistrust. How to use suspicion in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of suspicion.
  8. Suspicion () Plot. Showing all 7 items Jump to: Summaries (6) Synopsis (1) Summaries. A shy young heiress marries a charming gentleman, and soon .

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