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Suspicious, 1) entertaining suspicion or inclined to suspect, apprehensive: “the s. head of theft,” LLL IV, 3, 336. “that any one should be s. I more incline to Somerset than York,” H6A IV, 1, 153.
2) giving reason to imagine ill: “even so s. is this tragedy,” H6B III, 2, 194. “a black, s., threatening cloud,” H6C V, 3, 4. “a strange tongue makes my cause more strange, s.” H8 III, 1, 45.
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