intimation

[ in-tuh-mey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF intimation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTIMATION

Evidently this was an intimation to him to keep away from the stables.

When be spoke, she was to answer frankly, and await the intimation of his will.

Betty confirms this intimation, that I must go to my uncle's on Thursday.

But how shall I do to make my fair-one keep her temper on the intimation?

She would have no one escort her to the station; she would give no intimation of her plans.

De Launay whispered an intimation that he was interested in the bail suggestion.

And must not the soul be perplexed at this intimation which the sense gives of a hard which is also soft?

We shall not say that the intimation has emanated from the Duke.

Mr. Bassett, I do not understand your intimation concernin' myself.

It appeared to convey the intimation that the interview was at an end.

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