Definition of Suspiciousness

1. Noun. Being of a suspicious nature. "His suspiciousness destroyed his marriage"

Exact synonyms: Suspicion
Generic synonyms: Distrust, Distrustfulness, Mistrust
Derivative terms: Suspicious, Suspicious



Definition of Suspiciousness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being suspicious. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Suspiciousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suspiciousness

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suspiciousness (current term)
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Literary usage of Suspiciousness

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1. Sketch of the Life and Public Services of Hon. James Hillhouse of New Haven by Leonard Bacon (1860)
"He had an intuitive knowledge of men, whoever they were with whom he had to do :—without any suspiciousness in his nature, or any slowness in yielding his ..."

2. The Land of the North Wind, Or, Travels Among the Laplanders and the by Edward Rae (1875)
"... and other Siberian Races— Justifiable suspiciousness—Emigration of the Tribe—Impressive Sight—An Extensive Reindeer Proprietor—A vanished Village—We ..."

3. The Land of the North Wind: Or, Travels Among the Laplanders and the Samoyedes by Edward Rae (1875)
"... and other Siberian Races— Justifiable suspiciousness—Emigration of the Tribe—Impressive Sight—An Extensive Reindeer Proprietor—A vanished Village—We ..."

4. Physiognomy Illustrated, Or, Nature's Revelations of Character: A by Joseph Simms (1887)
"suspiciousness. THE DISPOSITION TO IMAGINE AND SUSPECT THE EXISTENCE OF SOMETHING WITHOUT PROOF. The visible evidence of suspicion is the length from the ..."

5. Physiognomy Illustrated; Or, Nature's Revelations of Character: A by Joseph Simms (1889)
"suspiciousness. THE DISPOSITION TO IMAGINE AND SUSPECT THE EXISTENCE OF SOMETHING WITHOUT PROOF. The visible evidence of suspicion is the length from the ..."

6. Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic by Sidney Lewis Gulick (1903)
"CHEERFULNESS — INDUSTRY — TRUTHFULNESS—suspiciousness MANY writers have dwelt with delight on the cheerful disposition that seems so common in Japan. ..."

7. Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic by Sidney Lewis Gulick (1903)
"... INDUSTRY — TRUTHFUL NESS—suspiciousness \ M'ANY writers have dwelt with delight on the %/l cheerful disposition that seems so common in ..."

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