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She was watching her pupil, storing up in her memory the mispronunciations and vulgarisms for later insinuative improvement.
The contractor had caught no sign revealing whether his insinuative words were having effect.
They form an agreeable contrast to the chaos of oppressive learning of the time, and have an insinuative air about them.
A voice, which was unctuous and insinuative, emanated from the figure.
THE BLACK BAGLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
The little poet was as insinuative and volcanic (by turns) as ever.
"I don't deny there are plenty of ghosts about," he answered with insinuative deference.
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