(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. mistrust, distrust, apprehension; doubt, misgiving, jealousy; supposition, inkling, intimation, hint; trace, touch, shade, modicum. See littleness, fear, feeling.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. misgiving, mistrust, surmise; see doubt 1 .
above suspicion,
Syn. honorable, cleared, gentlemanly; see honest 1 , innocent 1 , 4 , noble 1 , 2 .
under suspicion,
Syn. suspected, under a cloud of suspicion, suspect; see questionable 1 , 2 , suspicious 2 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
1. mistrust distrust, doubt, dubiousness, disbelief, *bad vibes, leeriness, wariness, *funny feeling, *gut feeling, hunch, suspicion, qualm, misgiving.
2. trace touch, hint, suggestion, shadow, tinge, shade, inkling.
ANT.: 1. trust, belief, confidence
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. Intuitive cognition: feeling, hunch, idea, impression, intuition. See THOUGHTS. 2. Lack of trust: distrust, doubt, leeriness, mistrust. See TRUST. 3. A lack of conviction or certainty: doubt, doubtfulness, dubiety, dubiousness, incertitude, mistrust, question, skepticism, uncertainty, wonder. See CERTAIN. 4. A subtle quality underlying or felt to underlie a situation, action, or person: hint, implication, inkling, undercurrent, undertone. See SHOW, SUGGEST. 5. A slight amount or indication: breath, dash, ghost, hair, hint, intimation, semblance, shade, shadow, soupgon, streak, suggestion, taste, tinge, touch, trace, whiff, whisper. Informal: whisker. See BIG, SHOW.

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