Insinuate sentence example

insinuate
  • Will not be ignoble and say the harsh thing, but only insinuate it.
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  • To deem something overpopulated is to insinuate that the additional users somehow lessen the experience for the existing members in one way or another.
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  • But the antinomies, as they appeared in Abelard's treatise, without their solutions, could not but seem to insinuate a deep-laid scepticism with regard to authority.
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  • I even insinuate that it is our artificial lighting that is actually rotting the fruit on the tree.
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  • He felt a slight twinge of guilt about what he 'd had to do to insinuate himself into their midst.
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  • Pictorial and photographic propaganda: A photograph, picture, or cartoon can often insinuate a derogatory charge more effectively than words.
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  • He felt a slight twinge of guilt about what he'd had to do to insinuate himself into their midst.
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  • General remarks: I do not insinuate spyware in my programs.
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  • Despite what some people may insinuate regarding the sensual nature of the festival, no one should feel under any pressure to dress in a particular way.
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  • And they wo n't insinuate they had sexual relations with your mother the night before, either.
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