suggested

[ suhg-jest, suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF suggested
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUGGESTED

"He'd better improve his whiskers first thing he does," suggested Percival.

"I wonder that you take her to drive with you," suggested Philip, sympathetically.

She suggested the 4th of July to him as the time to begin operations.

"Why not walk over to the old Omnibus House," suggested Grace.

"Then perhaps she may be wiser by this time," Hester suggested.

Lawrence gave the date as 1735; and Keightley suggested the spring of that year.

Probably she had by this time forgotten that she had suggested it.

According to Rogers, who claims to have suggested the poem, it was to have been inscribed to him.

She suggested something to him that seemed like a familiar dream.

Now the possibility had not once suggested itself to his mind.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from Latin suggestus, past participle of suggerere (see suggestion). Related: Suggested; suggesting.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUGGESTED

advisable

adjectiverecommended, wise
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