1. (manner) In a way suggesting suspicion.
    The police officer looked at her suspiciously.
  2. (manner) In a way that arouses suspicion.
    She was behaving very suspiciously.
  3. (evaluative) Causing suspicion.
    Suspiciously, he had taken out an insurance policy on his wife just months earlier.
  4. (degree) To a degree that makes one suspect something.
    It looked suspiciously like a molding-compound repair of a dent.
Translations Translations
  • French: coupablement
  • German: verdächtig
  • Portuguese: culposamente
  • Russian: подозри́тельно
  • Spanish: culpablemente

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