He said Turkey was suspecting Russia of “waging war” against Chechens abroad.
suspecting it was human, she photographed it on her cellphone and texted it to her nurse sister who confirmed the suspicion.
They believed the number to be larger, suspecting that many simply refused to admit any knowledge of it.
Feeling swindled, and suspecting that Crédit Lyonnais and Louis-Dreyfus had conspired against him, Tapie sued for damages.
suspecting Draco, Harry casts a spell on his foil using a truly evil breed of magic found in his Potions textbook.
But Colden, suspecting that his jest was truth rather, had too much delicacy to pursue the subject.
Duke glowered at him, suspecting a joke, but there was no humor on the blue face.
Henrietta glanced at her quickly, as if suspecting something, but Lorna's face was innocent enough.
Would she not always now be suspecting him when he was away from her, whatever he did?
He easily guessed that he made his wife unhappy; but he was still far from suspecting the extent of his misbehavior!
mid-14c., from Old French suspect "suspicious," from Latin suspectus "suspected, suspicious," past participle of suspicere "look up at, mistrust, suspect," from sub "up to" + specere "to look at" (see scope (n.1)). The notion is of "look at secretly," hence, "look at distrustfully." The verb is attested from late 15c.; the noun meaning "a suspected person" is first recorded 1590s. Related: Suspected; suspecting.