connotations

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Its connotations may be extended to mean the entire intellect.

And he'll have to be fully aware of the humanic equations and all their connotations.

Yet we do not and cannot see all the connotations which the word has in the speaker's mind.

The words and their connotations (augenweide, wnneclich) are utterly German.

These instructions have no connotations of the end of the world.

The ear brings up the most subtle of all life's associations and connotations.

The connotations of the name court are generally impressive.

There are connotations about the word challenge which are essentially dramatic.

Though mukti has five connotations, yet its principal meaning is absorption in God.

It would be interesting to go at some length into this question of romance, all its connotations and implications.