You may think that I had been singularly lacking in suspiciousness; you may consider me even to have been an imbecile.
There was a suspiciousness about his tone that was almost insulting.
If that doesn't happen, there's a period of suspiciousness and secretiveness—strongly suggestive of paranoia.
Even their suspiciousness was but the growling of a beaten dog.
Its character for suspiciousness may be gathered from what different writers have said about it.
The intensity of my character, and the suspiciousness which it induced, helped me in this determination.
This the suspiciousness and brutality of the doctors in the Legion renders very difficult.
suspiciousness is natural to tyranny: spies are the agents of despots.
In point of suspiciousness their behavior is very different at different times, as, for that matter, is true of birds generally.
He talked freely, and all evidence of suspiciousness or evasiveness was absent.
"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.