Antonyms for suspense/calm, certainty, composure, tranquility, peace, knowledge. Doubt is a lack of conviction that can refer to both questions of belief and issues of practice. As for belief, although doubt is a lack of conviction, disbelief is conviction, on the contrary; disbelief refers to a stable state of mind, generally accompanied by an opposition of the heart. Perplexity is active and painful; doubt can be quiescent.
Perplexity pushes toward a solution; doubt can be content with remaining unresolved. In theological usage, disbelief and skepticism have a damning force, since they imply a deliberate rejection of the manifest truth. When it comes to practical issues, uncertainty applies to those unknown or undecided; doubt involves some negative evidence. Suspense refers to the future, and it is anxious and anxious; uncertainty can be related to any period and be very indifferent.
In general, suspicion refers to the result of something already done or decided; hesitation, indecision and irresolution refer to something that remains to be decided or done, and are due more to a weakness of will than to a lack of knowledge. Mistrust and suspicion apply especially to motives, character, etc. Scrupulous refers to issues of conscience and duty.