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Use "suspicions" in a sentence
"Peters surprised all by asking for another public hearing and made the unusual move of asking for representatives of the Serious Fraud Office, which is also investigating what it calls suspicions of "serious and complex fraud" involving other donations, to be present, Radio New Zealand said."
"The apparent fecklessness that arouses Nic's suspicions is precisely the openness and sense of freedom that attracts Jules."
"Interior Minister Besir Atalay, speaking to Turkish journalists on a visit to China, said "certain suspicions, certain evidence" indicated who was behind the attack, but said the government would not rush to announce its theories."