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Cautious DistrustPlay
Used when you don't fully trust someone's actions or words, feeling they might hide something. SlideDespite his alibi, the police remained suspicious of his involvement.
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Not AccusatoryPlay
Being suspicious doesn't always mean you accuse someone, rather that you have reservations. SlideShe gave a suspicious glance at the too-quiet classroom.
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Body LanguagePlay
Suspicious often describes how a person's body language can show distrust without words. SlideHis furrowed brows gave him a suspicious look as he listened.