Noun(1) someone who is under suspicion(2) a person or institution against whom an action is brought in a court of law; the person being sued or accused
Verb(1) imagine to be the case or true or probable(2) regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in(3) hold in suspicion; believe to be guilty
Adjective(1) not as expected
(1) It would not be permissible for the police to take the victim of a crime to a suspect who was under arrest to see if he could identify him.(2) I've no idea why, though I suspect it's got something to do with the temperature of the beverage.(3) Indeed, the whole idea of an agricultural revolution is now regarded as highly suspect .(4) These include keeping an eye out for suspect bags, packages or vehicles, or people acting suspiciously in airports or stations.(5) Anyway, over the weekend, I began thinking about suspect packages and security alerts and bomb scares.(6) Air France later said the suspect package was a false alarm.(7) Since the events of September 11, and with the ambiguous source of anthrax attacks, there have been concerns of suspect packages.(8) I strongly suspect there's something wrong with it for a number of reasons.(9) Why does it take 26 armed police units to detain one terrorist suspect ?(10) She told police that the suspect fled on foot after making the threat.(11) Any religion that depended on a drug for its spiritual high would be highly suspect .(12) Upon being searched, it was established that they were carrying a number of suspect packages.(13) I remember the bomb scares and the security alerts and the panic over suspect packages.(14) Your doctor might suspect heart failure based on your medical history, symptoms, and a physical exam.(15) After the police arrested a suspect , they would have him recite the same words into a tape recorder.(16) If you suspect a heart attack, even if it feels like indigestion, act immediately.