Thesaurus / insinuation
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Rivera has pushed back against any insinuation that Smith was the primary reason for the team’s loss, arguing instead that mistakes were shared by all three phases.

Any insinuation to the contrary is false — and an insult to her integrity.

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It’s the attorney general decrying calls for criminal prosecutions rooted in politics, using his position as the head of federal law enforcement to make insinuations about a movement focused on reforming policing.

They aim at telling a story, or conveying an insinuation, rather than at burlesquing persons.

In spite of strenuous search they were not found and Johann let fall an insinuation that the search was a sham.

In reply the wily Mexican attempted to convey an insinuation of bad faith on the part of the American government.

But when it is intimated that all this is necessarily and inevitably so, I repel the insinuation.

The Bobbin BoyWilliam M. Thayer

"There is my right hand," answered Albornoz, too politic to heed the insinuation.

RienziEdward Bulwer Lytton

Whether this was a threat, a kind wish, or an insinuation, no mortal could have told.

Am I to regard your remark as any insinuation upon me, General Pepper?

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