“I have no suspicion that someone at Facebook was making decisions about who has the Golan and gives it to Syria,” he said.
suspicion has been directed at two targets, the pilots and the passengers.
It's why the news of the company's visionary founder's battle with cancer elicits fear and suspicion instead of human empathy.
suspicion of Chicago police is deep, especially in minority communities, and with ample historical justifications.
Eric Elliott, spokesman for U.S. Africa Command, confirms that suspicion.
But, save for the faithful Zizi, he could find no one to share his suspicion.
"We may have plenty of it yet," replied the lieutenant, with a suspicion of uneasiness in his tone.
There was a little weasel-faced German who excited her suspicion at once.
No one out of the house had a suspicion how far their poverty had gone.
Now, if there is a great similarity in those prices, suspicion will be aroused.
late 13c., from Anglo-French suspecioun, from Old French suspeçun, sospeçon "mistrust, suspicion" (French soupçon), from Latin suspectionem (nominative suspectio) "mistrust, suspicion, fear, awe," from past participle stem of suspicere "look up at" (see suspect). Spelling in English influenced 14c. by learned Old French forms closer to Latin suspicionem.