Best 37 of Suspicious quotes - MyQuotes
I'm suspicious of any mode of transportation that requires a running start.
Did you ever get the feeling that everything was too perfect? Like the moment was so good that something had to be wrong? Kind of like the way a fish sees that bright, shiny lure just before it chomps down and gets hauled out of water to become someone's lunch.
John Lancaster Spalding
Be suspicious of your sincerity when you are the advocate of that upon which your livelihood depends.
We breathe in a society where every second person is deceitful and suspicious.
Be suspicious of the litigious.
There's nothing as useful as the truth, in terms of ruining anyone's day, week, month, year, decade, or life… Unless, of course, you own a remotely operated automatic flamethrower-drone-tower and have some marinated pork-chops on your person, to lure unsuspecting dogs in close proximity to it, but since dogs don’t really have lives - by using this specific method of torture, you can only improve the remaining few seconds of their existence.
A widespread meticulous consistency causes a bigger suspicion than the most obvious inconsistency does.
They had thought it was uncharacteristic of him to try and eat his cigarette in the driveway.
The police are a suspicious bunch of shady characters.
The world has used me so unkindly, I fear it has made me suspicious of everyone.
I'm not an activist by nature. I am suspicious of Utopian thinking and equally suspicious of its alternate.
Vineet Raj Kapoor
God doesn't listen to me too, but people have their suspicions. सुनता तो रब हमारी भी नहीं, पर लोगों को अल्लाह पे शक बेशक है
Nothing unusual was noted during the voyage, in fact everything ran smoothly until Security alerted Biscay about the stiff in cabin 407. Nobody heard or saw anything suspicious. None of the passengers were missing or acting suspiciously. No airlock doors were opened or any transports allowed since their last stop four days prior. There were no notorious names on the passenger list, nor any unsavory persons among the ranks of his crew. In fact, the ship’s commander had never even seen a dead body in real – um, life before. And yet, almost magically, there it was.
It does that to you, being a detective. You look at blank space and see gears turning, motives and cunning; nothing looks innocent any more. Most times when you prove away the gears, the blank space looks lovely, peaceful. But that arm: innocent, it looked just as dangerous.
You should be suspicious when the medical profession do not refer you to the correct specialists for your occupational diseases.
The longer the corporate medical profession treated me, the more suspicious I became about their competence.
I didn't know how we were going to get jobs out of NAFTA, but I tend to be suspicious of these things, like NAFTAs and WTOs and so on.
I'm not suspicious, I'm just careful.
Most of us feel isolated and paranoid during stressful times. We feel alone in the wilderness.
When you don’t crave increase, people become suspicious of you
As a child, Allan had been thought to be suspicious of people who didn't have a drink when the opportunity arose.
Above all, be suspicious of your fatherland. Nobody is more inclined to become a murderer than a fatherland.
There’s lots of people will help you with alcohol business, but there’s no one out there arranging little meetings where you can stand up and say, ‘My name is Sam Vimes and I’m a really suspicious bastard.
I was always suspicious and looking over my shoulder because that's how I was raised.
The least one can say of power is that a vocation for it is suspicious.
I am always suspicious of righteous indignation. Nothing is more cruel than righteous indignation.
All of these white kids and teachers, who were so suspicious of me when I first arrived, had learned to care about me. Maybe some of them even loved me. And I'd been so suspicious of them. And now I care about a lot of them. And loved a few of them.
M. H. Rakib
Today, man has been mired in invalidness up to such an extent, that being suspicious about reality isn't in his hand.
Mehmet Murat Ildan
Romanticism in loneliness is a true romanticism; but romanticism when others are around is suspicious because you may be pretending!
We should use discernment to connect dots, avoid traps, and make wise judgments without becoming too judgmental, suspicious, and faultfinders.
Laurell K. Hamilton
But I was naturally suspicious; it comes from working too closely with the police for too long. Cynicism is so contagious.
Your Plan and the stuff that comes out of my asshole bear a suspicious resemblance to each other.
To be suspicious and make suspicious by others, is different from each other; first one is that you create for yourself and the second one is that others create to divide good people from each other to get their evil desires. In both situations, you need to settle your wisdom on the right way to avoid harm and loss that can cause only to you.
The judging the sober character and honest ones, in a way, which is suspicious and doubtful in the eyes of others, it makes you as the distrusted person. It is the biggest failure of your life.
I suspect that 'Kindness and Cruelty' and 'Mercy and Justice' all have secret affairs, as though they rendezvous only within certain sophisticated souls: those who hate being offensive, but love telling the truth.
Some survivors can be wary of most people, yet blinded by compassion toward fellow survivors or others who suffer — or who pretend to suffer, or exaggerate their sufferings, in order to take advantage of the survivor. Some survivors overidentify with other survivors, not realizing that even if someone was traumatized or suffers in a similar way, it doesn’t necessarily mean that person is honest. Being either overly suspicious or overly trusting can create problems with a partner who is able to judge the sincerity of others more realistically.
You should be suspicious when the medical profession refers you to mental health for treatment of your occupational diseases.