From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuspicioussus‧pi‧cious /səˈspɪʃəs/ ●●○ adjective 🔊 🔊 1SUSPECTthinking that someone might be guilty of doing something wrong or dishonestsuspicious of 🔊 Some of his colleagues at work became suspicious of his behaviour.suspicious about 🔊 They were suspicious about my past. 🔊 His reluctance to answer my questions made me suspicious. 🔊 She gave him a suspicious glance. 🔊 You’ve got a very suspicious mind!2SUSPECTmaking you think that something bad or illegal is happening 🔊 They found a suspicious package under the seat. 🔊 a suspicious death 🔊 He was behaving in a highly suspicious manner. 🔊 a suspicious-looking charactersomething/anything/nothing suspicious 🔊 Call the police if you see anything suspicious. 🔊 Her mother had died in suspicious circumstances.3TRUST#feeling that you do not trust someone or something syn warysuspicious of 🔊 She was always suspicious of strangers. 🔊 He was deeply suspicious of the legal system.