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1. What are you trying to insinuate?
2. He managed to insinuate his way into her affections.
3. How dared he insinuate that she lied?
4. They were trying to insinuate that I belonged with the psychiatric patients.
5. The unwanted extras who insinuate themselves into television news reports are feeble-minded males derided by right-thinking men.
6. They also insinuate that relatives of the prisoners are on their lists.
7. Bot Lilith and, as we shall see, Wotan, insinuate themselves into the cults that succeed them.
8. Carolyn tried to insinuate herself into the rich Solomon family.
9. A few insinuate themselves into the colonies of others and persuade their hosts into a free meal.
10. To try and insinuate that we had done something wrong.
10. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
11. Critics of Banville insinuate that though he plays it expertly, he has only got one tune.
12. I insinuate to her a thousand hints , which, as she is perfectly spiritual, she receives.
13. She insinuate to us that her partner have embezzle fund.
14. It'seems to me you insinuate things about her.
15. This allows water to insinuate itself underneath and drill tunnels through the ice.
16. And do you mean to insinuate that there is not a sort of devotion in that?
17. He tried to insinuate himself into the boss's favor.
18. Insinuate christianity into a person's mind.
19. One can only gently insinuate something else into its convulsive grasp.
20. He insinuate his doubt of her ability.
21. He believed even more deeply that no church should insinuate itself into the sacred bond between a husband and a wife.
22. Alone among them(sentencedict.com), he appreciated the full potential of radio as the means to insinuate doubt and disaffection among his listeners.
23. He was very deferential. He was not trying to insinuate himself.
24. The rabbit died. What magistrate would find, or even venture to insinuate, anything against this?
25. This was greeted with an irreverent laugh, and the youth blushed deeply, and tried to look as if he had meant to insinuate what knowing people called a "double entendre."
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