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connote

verb as in imply

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A 14-person design team from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art created Bing Dwen Dwen, a moniker that connotes purity, strength, and liveliness.

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Unlike its quotidian cousin the sphere, the orb connotes magic, reverence in flavors incompatible with the December 2021 internet.

The word “resort” connotes luxury, and many claim to provide luxury sustainably.

In everyday language, the word “transcendental” connotes something that’s beyond the ordinary, something that is hidden and mysterious, with almost magical or mystical powers.

If “immunity” connotes complete protection, then no vaccine actually provides it.

“Designer brands connote wealth and a certain class that these people want to be part of,” he says.

Who or what “the dear bond” was is not explained, but we may connote the kindred surnames Goodbon, Goodbun, and Goodband.

But ileuede is not used elsewhere in L, and would connote decrepitude.

It is conceivable that two men may connote quite different things by the word symbol.

The using a name to connote attributes, turns the things, whether real or imaginary, into a class.

Likewise wealth and capital connote special social relations or categories.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to connote, such as: hint at, signify, betoken, denote, designate, and evidence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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