insinuate


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Synonyms for insinuate

Synonyms for insinuate

to introduce gradually and slyly

to convey an idea by indirect, subtle means

Synonyms for insinuate

introduce or insert (oneself) in a subtle manner

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give to understand

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to insinuate he threw himself out is absurd SINGER'S PAL
But when parents of publicly schooled children commit child abuse, the same media sources do not insinuate that there is a causal relationship between public schooling and the crime (which of course, there isn't--any more than there is a causal relationship between home schooling and child abuse).
Later, through some miracle of computer animation, dancers insinuate themselves into the projections and emerge as wasps; lighting grids seep into the floor and McGregor cavorts with phantom bugs.
A layer of epithelial tissue appeared to insinuate itself around the handle of the malleus, and it extended to the medial surface of the anterior drum remnant.
If I didn't like you I would insinuate that you're just too stingy to pay.
Until recently, it was believed that only exonic sequences were functional, and that the rest of the DNA was a sort of genetic detritus, consisting of useless code such as defective copies of genes, nonsensical repeats, and the remains of disabled retroviruses (potent viruses such as HIV that can insinuate their code into the DNA of their hosts).
Gabrielle Bourget is all too familiar with the stereotypes associated with women in trades, and says it is time to dispel myths that insinuate women are afraid to get dirt under their fingernails.
It is very troubling that the board would insinuate that we could place their children in harm's way," Father Michael Pfleger told the Chicago Sun-Times.
Ed Dunlop's filly was most unlucky at Ascot last time, when she went down by a head to Henry Cecil's Insinuate.
The newswire and related stories circulating also insinuate that Seitel's recent expansion into participation in petroleum exploration and production creates a potential "conflict of interest" with its many seismic customers.
He talks about the campaign to "manufacture doubt," a well-funded strategy by the industry to insinuate uncertainty about the hazards of smoking.
That'll disappoint all those who've tried to insinuate she's not up to the job.
For people to insinuate Andrew Johnson is a cheat is disgusting for me.
We should insinuate ourselves into their good opinion, give them hints of emancipation from the tyranny of public opinion, and of standing up for themselves; it will be an immense relief to their enslaved minds to be freed from any one bond of restraint, and it will fire them the more, and cause them to work for us with zeal.
Flu viruses bristle with spiky surface proteins that they use to insinuate themselves into the cells they infect.