the persons most often involved or suspected in an activity, esp. criminal; also, the persons predictably involved in a certain context
The usual suspects were at the party.
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There were the usual suspects: Kate Middleton post baby, Beyoncé in her jumpsuit, and a smattering of European royalty.
usual suspects was amazing because, to me, it was the first modern movie that had that incredible twist.
He predicted that the next big hit “will not come from the usual suspects.”
Obama is being accused by the usual suspects of making this racial.
Pundits put out a shingle with a new website and go around asking the usual suspects for money to get them up and running.
Observe as some of the usual and not so usual suspects start firing up their engines.
And you rounded up most of the usual suspects as far as the cast goes.
The no votes in the GOP caucus didn't just include the usual suspects.
And, of course, there are the usual suspects: cops, doctors, and lawyers aplenty.
The usual suspects star suggested him to director Joel Schumacher, who cast Farrell in the 2000 soldier drama, Tigerland.