unsuspiciously


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unsuspiciously

(ˌʌnsəˈspɪʃəslɪ)
adv
not suspiciously; in an unsuspicious manner
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References in classic literature ?
Vanstone, feeling what was due to her long friendship with Miss Garth, had apparently placed the fullest confidence in her, on one subject, by way of unsuspiciously maintaining the strictest reserve toward her on another.
and when he had passed the night unsuspiciously and comfortably in 'No.
No one remembered the date of the eventful conversation which resulted in the Doctor's experiment (no one but himself at least); so when the aunts were invited to tea one Saturday they came quite unsuspiciously, and were all sitting together having a social chat, when Brother Alec entered with two photographs in his hand.