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  • Until then, no one ever suspected it was not a real person.
  • But we never suspected a thing until we went away on holiday.
  • It is suspected of being old but its age is unknown.
  • They are suspected of being the most significant known factor in species loss in Australia.
  • He suspected that they did not entirely support his revolution.
  • Only a few nations possess such weapons or are suspected of seeking them.
  • That is not known to be true, and is generally suspected to be false.
  • It was suspected that the two viruses mixed while he was doing his research.
  • Few had suspected that he was sick, and news of his death came as a public shock.
  • When his father is killed he is suspected of the murder so he escapes to England.
  • The diagnosis can often be suspected based on the child's physical appearance at birth.
  • Modern historians have even suspected that Napoleon wrote some of the letter himself.
  • A fourth case was suspected in another health care worker.
  • He declined to participate in a series of programs for Canadian radio because he suspected American control.
  • This was already generally suspected at the time.
  • In the event of a known or suspected overdose medical assistance should be sought immediately.
  • Eight months later, in April, it was suspected that the queen was finally pregnant with her first child.
  • Parents generally wish to know the possible diagnosis once it is suspected and do not wish pity.
  • As Anaxagoras before him, he also suspected that the stars were just other bodies like the sun.
  • Authorities immediately suspected Hamilton because of the mule he had been seen riding into town.
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Root form of suspected is suspect for the verb.

Words starting with suspected

Meaning of suspected

  • verb Imagine to be the case or true or probable
    I suspect he is a fugitive, I surmised that the butler did it
  • verb Hold in suspicion; believe to be guilty
    The U.S. suspected Bin Laden as the mastermind behind the terrorist attacks
  • adjective Believed likely
    a suspected thief, a suspected infection