unsuspicious

adjective un·sus·pi·cious \ ˌən-sə-ˈspi-shəs \
|Updated on: 10 Jun 2018

Definition of unsuspicious

: not distrustful or suspicious
  • a person with a trusting, unsuspicious nature
  • … she was unsuspicious [=unaware] of having excited any particular interest …
  • —Jane Austen

unsuspiciously

adverb

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