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suspicious
Definition:
( informal) not as expected; " there was something fishy about the accident"; " up to some funny business"; " some definitely queer goings- on"; " a shady deal"; " her motives were suspect"; " suspicious behavior"

Synonyms:

adjective
chary
SAFER, safest.
dim
unpromising.
disbelieving
distrustful.
distrustful
apprehensive, cagey, careful, cautious, doubtful, green-eyed, incredulous, jealous, leery, mistrustful, questioning, quizzical, skeptical, suspect, unbelieving, uptight, wary, watchful, wondering, Suspecting, in doubt, not born yesterday on the lookout, without belief, without faith.
doubtful, fishy
borderline, debatable, different, disputable, dubious, equivocal, farfetched, funny, irregular, open, overt, peculiar, phony, problematic, questionable, reaching, shady, shaky, too much, uncertain, uncommon, unsure, unusual, Doubtable, queer, open to doubt, open to question, out of line, not kosher, rings untrue, won't wash.
doubting
doubting.
envious
fain, longing for, green with envy.
equivocal
muzzy, Amphibological, clear as mud, unexplicit, with mixed feelings.
fearful
afraid.
gingerly
gingerly.
ill at ease
fidgety, unrelaxed, out of place, on pins and needles, on tenterhooks.
incredulous
disbelieving, Doubting Thomas, unsatisfied, incredulous, skeptical, SHOW-ME.
interesting
magnetic, readable.
jealous
grabby, Possessory.
panicky
fearsome.
skeptical
cynical, doubtful, dubious, incredulous, skeptical, squint-eyed, unbelieving, Trustless, freethinking.
unsubstantiated
unsupported, uncorroborated.
noun
suspicious
distrustful, fishy, funny, leery, mistrustful, questionable, shady, suspect, untrusting, wary.
verb
questioning
doubting.
Examples of usage:
  1. You are too suspicious, Ned, just as you were in the case of General Waller." – Tom Swift and his Giant Cannon or, The Longest Shots on Record by Victor Appleton
  2. " There is no suspicious looking person in sight at present," Thorndyke said, and then asked: " Which way do you think of going?" – The Mystery of 31 New Inn by R. Austin Freeman
  3. A large contact can look suspicious. – The Junkmakers by Albert R. Teichner
  4. You are far too suspicious, my good fellow. – Cleek: the Man of the Forty Faces by Thomas W. Hanshew
  5. He had been suspicious of Dick from the first. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)

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