Meaning of suspiciousness in English:


Pronunciation /səˈspɪʃəsnəs/


See suspicious

‘Another couple shared the cab with us, all of us casting our New York-trained suspiciousness of strangers to the winds.’
  • ‘As individual paranoia involves the ‘irrational suspiciousness and distrustfulness of others,’ so too does news media thrive on the next big terror.’
  • ‘I recognise the imperial shelteredness, the island suspiciousness, the old-world cultivation of private hopes and habits which leave the status quo alone.’
  • ‘The disease is typified by dementia before the age of 65 with personality changes including withdrawal and suspiciousness.’
  • ‘This leads to hallucinations, suspiciousness, neglect of personal hygiene, acute paranoia or depression.’