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Suspicioned

derivation verb
'suspected'
 
People commonly think “suspicioned” is a word and use it in contexts where the typical word used might be “suspected.” People tend to use it in situations requiring the passive (e.g. “It was suspicioned that they had broken up”). “Suspicioned” also has an association with uncultured or uneducated people, although it is often used by all kinds of people.
Etymology : People tend to use it in situations requiring the passive (e.g. “It was suspicioned that they had broken up”).“Suspicioned” follows in a tradition of words that end with -ion to be inflected using verb endings such as -ed. Examples include “vacationed” and “stationed.”
Source : “They had suspicioned that it was an identity thief;” paraphrased from a podcast.
Last modified: 3 December 2016


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