Connotations Sentence Examples
People typically describe their enemies with adjectives that carry negative connotations.
But the term has acquired more special connotations in modern thought.
It just has so many negative connotations to it.
Several names may carry slightly negative connotations.
So again in determining the " import " of propositions, it is no accident that in all save existential propositions it is to the familiar rubrics of associationism - co-existence, sequence, causation and resemblance - that he refers for classification, while his general formula as to the conjunctions of connotations is associationist through and through.
While you may love a murder mystery book, if it has any violent connotations in its title or on its cover, you may just want to store it elsewhere.
Non-engagement rings are often made with high-quality synthetic stones such as moissanite or cubic zirconia without any negative connotations.
The term, already Synoptic, takes over here most of the connotations of the " Kingdom of God," the standing Synoptic expression, which appears here only in iii.
Chinese characters have numerous connotations as well, with some taking inspiration from nature, while others reflecting historical events.
The original connotations of these terms persist-nakedness tends to suggest a raw, natural state, while nudity suggests a state of undress refined by culture into an aesthetic state.Advertisement
The negative connotations of the term "idiot" have led to the disuse of idiot savant.
As you might guess, since Katana and Hiragana carry gender connotations, the style chosen is very important to the message you want to convey with your tattoo.
Very pale reds can be almost pink in hue and are a fantastic option for the person who likes lighter colors without the 'girly' connotations of pink.
A monolingual dictionary is a good tool for checking the connotations and nuances of your translated text.
A monolingual French dictionary can clarify the nuances of the French words you have chosen and ensure that the connotations of these French words match the connotations of the original English words.Advertisement
Since the term "panty girdle" has somewhat negative connotations among younger women, these undergarments are often marketed as control briefs.
Snooki, on the other hand, sees the term as having positive connotations.
The term is in fact susceptible of two opposite connotations; on the one hand, it implies that the thing to which it is applied is only a copy; on the other that as a copy it is faithful and accurate.
Penny stocks are great ways to learn about the stock market, despite some of the negative connotations you may hear.
Ladies, get rid of those old "skinny" jeans you've been hanging onto (yes, we all do it) they hold negative connotations regarding the current shape of your body and invite negative chi.Advertisement
They often carry the connotations of beauty, femininity, innocence, mischief, seduction, and spirituality.
This present is too practical to have romantic connotations associated with it.
Besides the obvious religious connotations of these shapes, there is not believed to be any mystical or religious meaning to just the Celtic knots themselves.
If you get your tattoo done in the style of a particular type of tribal art, this will bring all the connotations of the sun from that culture.
Fantasy art demons possess many negative connotations.Advertisement
As these are contemporary western societies, these have strong positive connotations.
In fact, the signifying mark of nationalism is its negative, or even pathological, connotations.
The plug and socket couples costume has sexual connotations.
Despite its racy connotations and its daring look, you can incorporate it into more than just bedroom play.
Since the term has somewhat unflattering connotations, advertisers generally prefer to name this panty style as full briefs, deep briefs, high-leg briefs, French-cut briefs, or full-cut briefs.