suggestiveness

[ suh g-jes-tiv, suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF suggestiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUGGESTIVENESS

It is full of suggestiveness, and, in its way, is as good as a cathedral.

Can the English Gladstonians get away from the suggestiveness of this fact?

He called her name; the ensuing silence was ghastly in its suggestiveness.

The involutions, the suggestiveness so attractive to adult ears, he cannot hear.

And these have each their special religious associations and suggestiveness.

This suggestiveness was lost upon Catherine, who repeated her violent inquiry.

The tragic power and suggestiveness of these two poems is very remarkable.

This notwithstanding, they are valuable by reason of their suggestiveness.

He loves words for their sound, their suggestiveness, their color.

It is possible, of course, and there is a suggestiveness about it which—— Oh!

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