suspects

All Noun Verb
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  • It soon turned out there was much more to this case when suspects started to turn up dead.
  • The girls write a list of suspects of who could be responsible.
  • The game allowed for play of up to eight remaining characters, providing for nine suspects in total.
  • The police considered the brothers suspects, but did not have any evidence.
  • He is shot outside her window, but no-one suspects he was leaving, not trying to get in.
  • He immediately suspects the sisters know more than they are saying.
  • More than a dozen individuals were eventually named as suspects by both the press and the police.
  • The wounded Japanese American officer returned fire, killing three of the five suspects.
  • He suspects this happens because it is the only memory he can ever fully hold on to.
  • Four days later French police also arrested two suspects believed to be tied to the same active cell.
  • According to witnesses and media, between five and eight suspects escaped that day.
  • However, the three suspects had already been killed by the police before they could be interrogated.
  • Three white suspects were arrested, but they were soon released.
  • Within three days of the crime, prime suspects had been identified.
  • If wrong, the number of suspects would remain the same.
  • The suspects arrested in his murder case were released after no evidence was found after over two years in custody.
  • No other suspects have ever been arrested for the crime.
  • Beyond anger he goes to his daughter's room where he suspects the monkey is.
  • No other suspects were questioned and there was a lack of physical evidence.
  • Residents reported that police officers shot at black people before even determining if the suspects were armed or dangerous.
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Root form of suspects is suspect for both verb and noun.

Meaning of suspects

  • noun Someone who is under suspicion
  • 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