connote

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Synonyms for connote

to have or convey a particular idea

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express or state indirectly

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involve as a necessary condition of consequence

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CHAMPAGNE HAS ALWAYS CONNOTED luxury, but the French drink firm Pernod-Ricard, after all these centuries, has come up with a new way to up the luxury ante on the world's most famous sparkling wine.
COVERING up connoted a whole new meaning, after a Chinese varsity recently forced its female students to cover themselves up fully in blankets, on a particularly hot day.
So when the context of church effectively connoted fetters, one could hardly countenance is as an appropriate context for a university.
It gave the rocks and trees, dirt and sky a visceral thickness that connoted emotion.
Interestingly, Fairchild discovers that these officials tended to be more concerned with the immigrants' social class, which connoted susceptibility to certain diseases, rather than their race.