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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuspectedsus‧pect‧ed /səˈspektɪd/ adjective [only before noun]  1 suspected burglar/terrorist/spy etc2 if you have a suspected illness or injury, doctors think that you might have it but do not know for certain He was taken to hospital after a suspected heart attack.
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suspectedHe and a friend, Trevor Nott, were arrested as suspected accomplices in a visa-forging ring.He was attacked at his home after confronting a suspected burglar.Hasegawa had collapsed at the Imperial Palace on Sept. 3 with a suspected cerebral stroke.In Basic Instinct she played a suspected killer chased by cop Michael Douglas.The second requirement is that the date of first registration is more than three years from the date of the suspected offence.All opponents or suspected opponents of the military government are being detained.Four men were arrested for their suspected roles in the bombing.They have succeeded in bringing many suspected terrorists to justice.
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