A wandering lama with a low-caste boy-servant might attract a moment’s interest as they wandered about India, the land of pilgrims; but no one would suspect them or, what was more to the point, rob.
Now Mrs. Larkyn was a frivolous woman, in whom none would have suspected deep hate.
No; I would make some excuse to the landlord to account for my absence, and then creep quietly out of England in such a way that no one would suspect me.
He was a public servant, and Mr. Bygrave would not suspect him of performing a private errand.
Owing to her silence about drink, no one would suspect a mere drunken brawl: she would still figure as heroine, though the heroes were terribly dismantled.
You would not suspect me of knowing any thing of false shame, but depend upon it, my dear, many, who appear to have as much assurance as I have, are secretly its slaves.
From the nature of the bequest even charitably-disposed people would suspect illicit relations.
No one for the time being would suspect him of being a hireling of Cowperwood’s, and the latter could depend on him to execute his orders to the letter.
If there had been anyone with me, he would have suspected, and he mustn’t suspect me.
Had the captain of the Sofala been another sort of man he would have suspected the work of age there.