Definition of unsuspicious in English:

unsuspicious

Syllabification: un·sus·pi·cious
Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈspiSHəs
 
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adjective

Not having or showing suspicion.
More example sentences
  • He is prosecuting attorney, and he suborns him, an unsuspicious and innocent fellow most of the time, into raiding Albert's garbage can for evidence.
  • He, learning that she now employs his page, is astonished at her unsuspicious nature.
  • Abdi research noted that this form of adaptation demonstrated the African concept of Ubuntu, which describes the African people as trusting and unsuspicious of strangers.

Derivatives

unsuspiciously

Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈspiSHəslē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • I walked quickly and (I hoped) unsuspiciously, to the bathroom.
  • He ‘heard’ Tina thinking as she gazed as unsuspiciously as possible at Luke.
  • After passing through the door, the two men walked unsuspiciously down a wide hallway that had doors on both sides every sixty feet.

unsuspiciousness

Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈspiSHəsnəs/
noun
More example sentences
  • She had known something all the time, and had been taking advantage of her unsuspiciousness!
  • Concerning her unsuspiciousness, however, it should be said that the word applies only to her treatment of myself.

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