Similar words: insinuate, equation, situation, graduation, evaluation, installation, inspiration, consideration. Meaning: [ɪn‚sɪnjʊ'eɪʃn] n. 1. an indirect (and usually malicious) implication 2. the act of gaining acceptance or affection for yourself by persuasive and subtle blandishments.
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1. I deeply resent the insinuation that I'm only interested in the money.
2. His reputation was ruined by insinuation and rumour.
3. She rejected the insinuation that she was partly to blame.
4. She resented the insinuation that she was too old for the job.
5. She has a genius for insinuation.
6. Insinuation was their best defense, their best offense.
7. She bridled at the insinuation.
8. The insinuation at its root has not been proved.
9. The insinuation fortified her resistance.
10. The reason for this sudden spate of spurious insinuation?
11. She blamed him, not directly but by insinuation.
12. She bridled ( up ) at the insinuation.
13. No, he scorned the base insinuation.
14. Of implication. insinuation and Ill will. till'you cannot lie still.
15. The Russian insinuation is that Ukraine will siphon off gas meant for Western Europe.
16. The elegant wine, soft insinuation that it is the dynamic, charming, elegant features.
17. Still, the insinuation endures that medical practice lacks a basis in science.
18. She refused to use insinuation in order to gain favor.
19. It was too cheap to sit around after such an insinuation as this.
20. In his speech he blamed her not directly but by insinuation.
21. She purposely abstained from mentioning Mrs. Wale's more special insinuation.
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22. On the stage, Mrs. Van Dam was making her cruel insinuation against Laura.
23. An indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation.
24. "Of course I do, " he said pettishly, troubling only a little over the disgrace of the insinuation.
25. I just don't think it'sright to bring a good man down by rumour and insinuation.
26. The father could no longer control himself when his son threw back an insinuation.
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