Synonym: close, familiar, hint, imply, indicate, innermost, insinuate, private, secret, suggest. Similar words: estimate, ultimate, estimated, ultimately, legitimate, climate, in time, approximately. Meaning: ['ɪntɪmət] n. someone to whom private matters are confided. v. 1. give to understand 2. imply as a possibility. adj. 1. marked by close acquaintance, association, or familiarity 2. having or fostering a warm or friendly and informal atmosphere 3. having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship 4. involved in a sexual relationship 5. innermost or essential 6. thoroughly acquainted through study or experience.
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1 He has an intimate knowledge of American literature.
2 We're not on intimate terms with our neighbours.
3 The restaurant has a very intimate atmosphere.
4 He is my intimate friend.
5 She has an intimate knowledge of the Asian market.
6 Speaking in silence is the most intimate communication two beings can achieve.
7 I discussed with my intimate friends whether I would immediately have a baby.
8 She complained that intimate aspects of her personal life had been made public property.
9 The collection has been moved from its intimate setting to the British Museum.
10 I can't tell them my intimate thoughts.
11 An intimate friendship grew up between them.
12 He was intimate with her.
13 Their intimate conversation made me feel de trop.
14 The cafe has an intimate but buzzy atmosphere.
15 She was accused of being intimate with several men.
16 The diary contains intimate details of their life together.
17 I have long been intimate with him.
18 The article revealed intimate details about his family life.
19 The virus can only be transmitted through intimate contact.
20 This is an intimate knowledge of African religions.
21 He's become very intimate with an actress.
22 He was a wartime minister and intimate of Churchill.
23 Both felt that they had become very intimate.
24 Upstairs is a more intimate bar where guests can relax in comfort.
25 He knew an intimate little bar where they would not be disturbed.
26 He wrote about the intimate details of his family life.
27 Both of them felt that they had become very intimate.
28 With room for only 200 people,(sentencedict.com)(www.Sentencedict.com) this is the most intimate venue the band has played for years.
29 I am very delighted to hear you have successfully passed the high school certificate examination.As one of your intimate friends,I feel very proud of you and have a smack of your happiness.
30 The president spurned the tight security surrounding him and adopted a more intimate style of campaigning.
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