insinuate

[ in-sin-yoo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF insinuate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSINUATE

The reason is all mine, I do not insinuate that it is in any way yours.'

You must not think, as you seem to insinuate, that in my way of life I want exercise.

Do you mean to insinuate, you villain, that my wife stole her own diamonds?

I hope you don't mean to insinuate that I have but one friend!

Oh, there was no misunderstanding what he meant to insinuate.

Are you trying to insinuate that I had anything to do with these deaths?

Do you intend to insinuate that Sir Within Wardle is insane?

Why, you tried to insinuate something that surely was not a blessing, father.

Do you dare to insinuate—that I know more of this plot than yourself—if plot there be?

Do you insinuate that I am naturally an object for laughter?

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