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synonyms for intimated

  • affirm
  • assert
  • impart
  • imply
  • air
  • allude
  • announce
  • aver
  • avouch
  • communicate
  • connote
  • declare
  • expose
  • express
  • hint
  • indicate
  • infer
  • insinuate
  • leak
  • profess
  • remind
  • spring
  • state
  • utter
  • vent
  • voice
  • warn
  • drop a hint
  • let cat out of bag
  • let it be known
  • make known
  • make noise
  • spill the beans
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antonyms for intimated

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  • deny
  • be quiet
  • bottle up
  • conceal
  • cover
  • hide
  • suppress
  • withhold
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Because it really is the opportunity to build this direct intimate relationship with our audience.
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If the city eventually went with a different company – say, Berkshire Hathaway, which intimated its interest in bidding on the franchise agreement – then those workers would shift to the new utility.
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Its intimate setting — nearly every episode was a half-hour chat between two people in Paul’s home office space — gave the show a heavy likeness to a stage play, which meant that some amazing playwrights were drawn toward it.
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Lily Raff McCaulou wrote Call of the Mild, an intimate memoir about her journey into hunting as an adult.
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Because the lips of these designs fall around and outside your ears, they stay cleaner longer than earbuds and provide a more intimate and sealed-off experience that’s ideal for use in noisy environments.
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It evokes a personal and intimate connection with our ancestors, as many people today can relate to the feeling of holding a child in their arms, he says.
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When Shapland was a graduate student, she discovered intimate letters that McCullers wrote to a woman named Annemarie.
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WORDS RELATED TO INTIMATED

  • brought up
  • cited
  • communicated
  • considered
  • declared
  • discussed
  • intimated
  • made known
  • named
  • quoted
  • referred to
  • revealed
  • specified
  • spoken of
  • suggested
  • told
  • voiced
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