Idiom: above suspicion
- not believed to have done something wrong
- above reproach
- My parents always think my sister is above suspicion because she’s the oldest but usually she’s to blame.
- Police officers are normally above suspicion but they've had a number of problems in this department for the past year.
- The judge will certainly be confirmed by the Senate because he is respected and above suspicion.
- You better be certain you are right before you accuse the director because he's always been above suspicion.
- Don't blame the babysitter because we know she's above suspicion.
- The detective determined easily that the victim's husband was above suspicion.
- Normally teachers are above suspicion but the school principal was concerned some were giving students the answers before their tests.
- Unfortunately, none of my children are above suspicion so either of them could have broken your window.
- We thought our church pastor was above suspicion so we were shocked when he was arrested.
- innocent and pure
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