He looks suspicious.
Tom and Mary gave exactly the same answers on the test which made the teacher suspicious.
If you see a suspicious person, please inform the police.
It was not what he said, but the way he said it that made me suspicious.
True and good friendship must not be suspicious of anything.
The story was too pat and I got rather suspicious.
In her right hand was gripped a suspicious looking rod that practically radiated "I'm a magical girl item".
Leaving your suspicious actions I've seen a mystery - are you trying to rob me of my sleep?
Some of his colleagues at work became suspicious OF his behaviour.
But when Jenny and Juan got married and their doughter Juanita was born the family stopped being suspicious.
It might look suspicious if we arrived together.
Hartley was suspicious that Vivienne loved another man.
I knew she killed that man! She had always looked suspicious to me.
1. He couldn't help being suspicious. / 2. Come back soon, or they'll get suspicious.
If you ask her too directly whether she has a friend, she will become suspicious and answer: "Why did you ask me that?".
English word "verdacht"(suspicious) occurs in sets:47. Crime (1)
We suspected him of lying.
The policeman suspected the man was guilty.
He is suspected of robbery.
This is the man who's suspected by the police.
I strongly suspected that he had been lying.
I suspected that he was telling a lie, but that didn't surprise me.
He suspected danger and didn't go near it.
I was suspected of being a thief because I was hanging about near the jeweler's.
The official was suspected of accepting bribes from the construction companies.
The man is suspected of having a hand in the affair.
Mr Fazakas is suspected of being an ex-collaborator of the Communist secret services.
The US judicial system and press are incredible: One day you're a poor examplary housewife, victim of a rape, the next, you're an illegal immigrant, having committed perjury and being suspected of whitewashing drug money.
He even suspected that the man was the principal offender.
From all that I can collect by your manner of talking, you must be two of the silliest girls in the country. I have suspected it some time, but I am now convinced.
Later, it happened that there was some gossip at home, and my mother suspected that she had written something improper; after that she would not have her letters written for her.
English word "verdacht"(suspected) occurs in sets:Engels Unit 7 NL-EN