suspiciously, half-a-million extra ballot papers have been printed for the referendum.
He raised the device in front of his face, eyeing it suspiciously from behind his Eugene Levy eyebrows.
Then there have been the adaptations of his own books, Fever Pitch, High Fidelity, About a Boy, all suspiciously good.
Disney, who owns the Muppets, has also been suspiciously quiet about Chick-fil-A-gate.
All across America, suspiciously randy old men are pushing their marriages to the breaking point—and beyond.
Stevens seemed disquieted and looked around him suspiciously.
"I don't comprehend you," interrupted Hurlstone suspiciously.
Mr. Jarvis (suspiciously)You guessed that from such of my work as youve seen.
She had a suspiciously clean pocket-handkerchief in her hand.
The other observed that he didn't know it, and, taught by his recent experience, eyed him suspiciously.
"deserving of or exciting suspicion," mid-14c., from Old French suspecious, from Latin suspiciosus "exciting suspicion" (see suspicion). Meaning "full of or inclined to feel suspicion" is attested from c.1400. Edgar Allan Poe (c.1845) proposed suspectful to take one of the two conflicting senses. Related: suspiciously; suspiciousness.