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Sentence count:216+17 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-20Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: implyinsinuateintimatesuggestSimilar words: thinchinthinkthingbehindcash inwithinnothingMeaning: [hɪnt]  n. 1. an indirect suggestion 2. a slight indication 3. a slight but appreciable addition 4. a just detectable amount 5. an indication of potential opportunity. v. drop a hint; intimate by a hint. 
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1. I took the hint and left at once.
2. He gave a broad hint that he was on the verge of leaving.
3. He faced his illness bravely and without any hint of self-pity.
4. Should I drop a hint to Matt?
5. He gave a broad hint that he was thinking of retiring.
6. There was not the slightest hint of trouble.
7. She coughed to give him the hint that he should go.
7. try its best to gather and make good sentences.
8. The President was ruthless in dealing with any hint of internal political dissent.
9. The Minister gave a strong hint that the government were thinking of introducing tax concessions for mothers.
10. There has been no hint of scandal during his time in office.
11. Sinclair examined the closed, clever face for any hint of irony, but found none.
12. He resented any hint that he might be to blame.
13. There's a hint of summer in the air.
14. They neglect their duty at the least hint of fun elsewhere.
15. At the first hint of trouble, I will call the police.
16. There wasn't a hint of triumphalism in her acceptance speech at the awards ceremony.
17. The Minister gave a broad hint that she intends to raise taxes.
18. The opening scene gives us a hint of things to come.
19. Margaret dropped a hint that she'd like to come to the party.
20. There was a hint of spring in the air.
21. Notably absent from his statement was any hint of an apology.
22. I'd dropped a hint about having an exhibition of his work up here.
23. A hint of sarcasm crept into his voice.
24. It was the barest hint of a smile.
25. This is a full - bodied wine with just a hint of sweetness.
26. When she said she was tired[], it was a hint that she wanted us to go.
27. The greatest thing in family life is to take a hint when a hint is intended-and not to take a hint when a hint is not intended.
28. Maria loved both the children. There was never a hint of favouritism.
29. Until the story was published there had been no hint of scandal.
30. The weather that night was hot and close, with a hint of thunder in the distance.
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