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Acting suspiciously; strange, unusual; acting in a manner as if having something to hide, or seemingly crooked.
Suspicious (of something).
Origin: Possibly from obsolete hink, from Old Norse hinka (to limp or hobble), probably not from inca. Possibly from hank. Possibly from African-American usage: hincty or hinkty.
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