suggestive


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Synonyms for suggestive

suggestive of

Synonyms

  • reminiscent of
  • indicative of
  • redolent of
  • evocative of

Synonyms for suggestive

tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind

provoking a change of outlook and especially gradual doubt and suspicion

conveying hidden or unexpressed meaning

bordering on indelicacy or impropriety

suggesting sexuality

Synonyms for suggestive

tending to suggest or imply

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(usually followed by 'of') pointing out or revealing clearly

tending to suggest something improper or indecent

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References in classic literature ?
It is suggestive that Anthony is not a common name in England, while Antonio is so in all Spanish or Spanish-American countries.
an essential difference between the language of prose and that of poetry, that much of the meaning of poetry results from the use of unusual, suggestive, words and picturesque expressions, which create the essential poetic atmosphere and stir the imagination in ways distinctly different from those of prose.
Monsieur Poirot, I am sure you agree with me that the facts are very suggestive.
Now, it is clear that the book with the most mysterious, startling, or suggestive title, will always stand the best chance of being purchased by those who have no other criteria to guide them in their choice than the aspect of a title-page; and this explains why "Thus Spake Zarathustra" is almost always the first and often the only one of Nietzsche's books that falls into the hands of the uninitiated.
Vronsky glanced at Anna at the precise limit of time, so suggestive of steps having been taken that she should meet no one; but Anna appeared not to notice it.
A knife became suggestive of a fork; and Miss Landless's brother had thrown a fork at Mr.
Miss Twinkleton here achieved a curtsey, suggestive of marvels happening to her respected legs, and which she came out of nobly, three yards behind her starting-point.
Insolent aristocratic, now and then attractive in some strange suggestive way, Lady Carey sat in front of the box and exchanged greetings with her friends.
The telephone attendants at London clubs are masters of suggestive brevity.
He might have expatiated on this suggestive theme at much greater length, but that it occurred to him to ask what connection existed between the proposed expedition and Barnaby's being posted at the stable-door as sentry; to which Hugh cautiously replied in these words:
There may possibly be some small point which might be suggestive.
Dear, dear, what a place it looked, that Astley's; with all the paint, gilding, and looking-glass; the vague smell of horses suggestive of coming wonders; the curtain that hid such gorgeous mysteries; the clean white sawdust down in the circus; the company coming in and taking their places; the fiddlers looking carelessly up at them while they tuned their instruments, as if they didn't want the play to begin, and knew it all beforehand
The integration will enable Power BI users to benefit from Necto's suggestive and collaborative capabilities and to visualize data using business oriented, dynamic Infographic visualizations in a unified, self-service and governed environment.
It said: "Although sexually suggestive, and clearly inappropriate, given the teacher-pupil relationship, the panel considered the messages to have been of a flirtatious and playful nature, rather than there having been any serious sexual intention on either part.
This study considered some types of brand names (KELLER, MACHADO, 2006) that can be classified as descriptive, suggestive, compounds, classics, arbitrary and fantasy.