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complicit participating in wrongdoing or suspicious activity, or acting in association with those who are involved in such activities.
distrust to lack faith or confidence in; be suspicious of. [1/2 definitions]
distrustful lacking in trust or confidence; doubting; suspicious.
dubiety the state of being doubtful or suspicious. [1/2 definitions]
inquest a legal investigation, usu. involving a jury, esp. a coroner's investigation of a suspicious death. [1/3 definitions]
jealous doubtful and suspicious of the faithfulness of someone for whom one has affection. [1/5 definitions]
jealousy envious or suspicious resentment, as of another's success, good fortune, or good qualities. [1/4 definitions]
leery suspicious or mistrustful; wary (usu. fol. by "of").
misgive to be doubtful, fearful, or suspicious. [1/2 definitions]
mistrust to be suspicious of. [2/3 definitions]
oversuspicious combined form of suspicious.
shy1 wary or suspicious. [1/7 definitions]
sketchy (informal) suspicious, unsavory. [1/3 definitions]
unsuspicious combined form of suspicious.
up to something involved in something suspicious or secretive.
What gives? (informal) used to obtain an explanation with regard to the current situation or what is currently happening (used esp. when confused or suspicious).