Maybe they looked too suspicious while walking home, or maybe they just wouldn't obey when you gave them a command.
A Dorset police spokesman said Old Harrovian Mr Harbord's death was not being treated as suspicious.
Yet some Egyptians are suspicious of the Brotherhood, calling it secretive, arrogant, and devoted to its own interests.
“People have always been suspicious of their activities,” says one private-equity veteran.
They apparently took that as a sign of suspicious activity, even though that can be a hallmark of people on the autism spectrum.
The Paris proletariat were as jealous and suspicious of the Assembly as the Assembly of them.
Now don't get suspicious, and tell me to mind my own business when I ask you questions.
"The people in the mansion can't be suspicious of Orvil," Rick went on.
When this was swept away the floor presented no suspicious traces.
The discovery of the solitary rider had made him suspicious.
"deserving of or exciting suspicion," mid-14c., from Old French suspecious, from Latin suspiciosus "exciting suspicion" (see suspicion). Meaning "full of or inclined to feel suspicion" is attested from c.1400. Edgar Allan Poe (c.1845) proposed suspectful to take one of the two conflicting senses. Related: suspiciously; suspiciousness.