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Definition funny of Suspect:

urbanA term used to identify any noun as being suspicious.

urbanI don't trust Joe, he kinda suspect.

urbanA guy that you think is gay, or is acting verry homosexual.

urban1. (Benny) Man this guy is such a suspect. (suspect) Hello possums.... (Cridder) Definately a suspect! 2. (Benny) that dude is acting suspect man. (Cridder) For sure look at his limp wristedness.

urbanThe word "suspect" is meant to suggest that somone is believed to be below par. They are hiding something or are believed to have a serious character flaw which makes them undesirible as a friend or acqaintence. In some areas it is primarily used to describe a feminine man or a man who is not feminine but suspected of homosexuality or other sexual deviances. Most commonly used to denote suspected homosexual tendencies.

urban"Suspect" in the frame of hiding something Man 1: Hey, you going to sign up for the comapny life insurance man? Man 2: Nah, I am not sure yet. This application is suspect. Why do they need to know if you are a minority or not before they will grant you insurance?? "Suspect" in referring to homosexuality Man 1: We are on our way to the party but our car is full, why don't you ride with Tommy. Man 2: (Laughing) Hell naw, that nigga Tommy is suspect as hell. He might try to put grape jelly in my booty of some shit. I am riding with you guys. Make that fat girl ride with him.

urbana term used to describe somthing that you do not trust.

songs

Songs about Suspect:

songsUsual Suspects by Ha Ha Tonka from the Album Bloodshot Indie-Pendence Sampler

songsMurder Suspect (feat. Youngster & Bugzy) [Explicit] by Mr. Criminal from the Album Premeditated Homicide [Explicit]

songsSuspect Device by Stiff Little Fingers from the Album Inflammable Material

songsSuspect (Album Version) [Explicit] by Nas from the Album It Was Written [Explicit]

songsUsual Suspects (Album Version (Explicit)) [feat. Nas] [Explicit] by Rick Ross from the Album Deeper Than Rap (Explicit Version) [Explicit]

songsSuspect Device by Stiff Little Fingers from the Album Inflammable Material

songsUsual Suspects [Explicit] by Ja Rule, Khadafi, Mic Geronimo, The Lox DMX from the Album Vendetta [Explicit]

books

Books about Suspect:

booksSuspect by Robert Crais (Oct 7, 2014)

booksPAWSIBLE SUSPECTS (Animal Instincts) by Chloe Kendrick (Oct 2, 2014)

booksThe Suspect by Michael Robotham (Apr 15, 2014)

booksThe Suspect by John T. Lescroart (2007)

booksSuspects by WILLIAM J. CAUNITZ (1987)

booksSuspects & Sleuth's Murder Mystery Design Guide: A Guide to Creating, Writing, and Hosting your own Murder Mystery... by Steven E. French and Brianna Carlisle (Sep 19, 2010)

booksIn Suspect Terrain by John McPhee (Jan 1, 1984)

movies

Movies about Suspect:

moviesSuspect Zero [HD] 2012 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Ben Kingsley, et al. Directed by: E. Elias Merhige

moviesThe Usual Suspects [HD] 2007 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 47 mins Starring: Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, et al. Directed by: Bryan Singer

moviesCriminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, Season 1 [HD] 2011 TV-PG CC -

moviesPrime Suspect, Series 1 1991 NR CC - Directed by: Christopher Menaul

moviesThe Suspect (English Subtitled) 2014 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 18 mins Starring: Yoo Da-In, Park Hee-Soon, et al. Directed by: Lee Hyun-Myung, You Jeong-Hun, et al.

moviesSuspect 2008 R - Runtime: 2 hrs 2 mins Starring: Cher, Dennis Quaid, Liam Neeson, et al. Directed by: Peter Yates

moviesPrime Suspect Season 1 2011 TV-14 CC - Directed by: Jonas Pate

wiki

Wiki information Suspect:

Prime Suspect
TV Police Procedural, Award-Nominated Work, Netflix Title, Award-Winning Work, TV Program

Prime Suspect is a British police procedural television drama series starring Helen Mirren as Detective Chief Inspector Jane Tennison, one of the first female Detective Chief Inspectors in Greater London's Metropolitan Police Service. Prime Suspect...

Suspect

In the law enforcement jargon, a suspect is a known person suspected of committing a crime. Police and reporters in the United States often incorrectly use the word suspect when referring to the perpetrator of the offense. The perpetrator is the...