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See definition of insinuated on Dictionary.com
  • as inimplied
  • as insubtle

synonyms for insinuated

  • hidden
  • implicit
  • indirect
  • latent
  • lurking
  • tacit
  • unspoken
  • connoted
  • figured
  • foreshadowed
  • indicated
  • inferred
  • intended
  • involved
  • meant
  • occult
  • parallel
  • signified
  • suggested
  • symbolized
  • understood
  • unsaid
  • alluded to
  • allusive
  • constructive
  • indicative
  • inferential
  • inherent
  • perceptible
  • potential
  • significative
  • tacitly assumed
  • undeclared
  • unexpressed
  • unuttered
  • wordless

antonyms for insinuated

MOST RELEVANT
  • explicit
  • open
  • expressed
  • stated
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How to use insinuated in a sentence

Rivera, at the time, cited the wide open race for the NFC East title as his impetus for the switch, but he later insinuated Haskins’s work ethic was, in part, to blame.
FORMER WASHINGTON QB DWAYNE HASKINS SIGNS ONE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH STEELERSNICKI JHABVALAJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Bolsonaro, meanwhile, said on Thursday that he wouldn’t take any vaccine and continues to insinuate, without proof, that citizens perhaps shouldn’t be taking any vaccines at all.
A DRUGMAKER’S COVID-19 VACCINE IS 78% EFFECTIVE—BUT CAN IT ESCAPE ITS SPOTTY CORPORATE HISTORY?GRADY MCGREGORJANUARY 8, 2021FORTUNE
In the interview with Lou Dobbs, she insinuated that vans providing food to poll workers were in fact carrying illegitimate votes instead.
RUDY GIULIANI’S BIZARRE LEGAL STRATEGY, IN TWO CLIPSJERUSALEM DEMSASDECEMBER 3, 2020VOX
Leventhal’s rival has painted him as recklessly pushing to unsafely open schools and took umbrage at him insinuating he would represent the district better because he has kids and she does not.
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE LOCAL ELECTIONVOICE OF SAN DIEGOOCTOBER 19, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
While most brands have simply made their apps and e-commerce sites shopping tools, Nike has long understood that digital tools must do more than just support sales and have to insinuate themselves into customers’ lifestyles to really pay off.
HOW NIKE HIT ITS E-COMMERCE GOAL 3 YEARS EARLYPHIL WAHBASEPTEMBER 23, 2020FORTUNE
His enemies persistently insinuated that he was really returning to Spain to support the clericals actively.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
Tremerello had insinuated a vile suspicion respecting Angiola; that, in short, she was a spy upon my secret opinions!
MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
"You have a good many friends interested in your affairs, Mr. Guarez," insinuated the captain.
UNCLE SAM'S BOYS AS LIEUTENANTSH. IRVING HANCOCK
I insinuated it again a minute later, but after that, noticing the way in which she came back to the aunt again, I forbore.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EVIDENCEOLIVER ONIONS
The matter that has insinuated itself into the paper extends it, and increases its volume.
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WORDS RELATED TO INSINUATED

  • alluded to
  • allusive
  • connoted
  • constructive
  • figured
  • foreshadowed
  • hidden
  • implicit
  • indicated
  • indicative
  • indirect
  • inferential
  • inferred
  • inherent
  • insinuated
  • intended
  • involved
  • latent
  • lurking
  • meant
  • occult
  • parallel
  • perceptible
  • potential
  • significative
  • signified
  • suggested
  • symbolized
  • tacit
  • tacitly assumed
  • undeclared
  • understood
  • unexpressed
  • unsaid
  • unspoken
  • unuttered
  • wordless
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.