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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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Like its maker, this language, with its intricate webs of surprise, seduction, disorientation, deception, and doubt, endeared itself over time; once insinuated, its impression was indelible.
This move produced or came with a sharper directional light cutting in from the left and a clearer view of the chessboard floor, its buckling water-refracted distortions adding to the instability insinuated by the midair viewpoint.
Scalabrine insinuated he's merely trying to mirror his coach.
Those arrangements, with their insinuated, slow-release pleasures, can be strangely satisfying.
When Sheffield insinuated over the weekend that his on-field performance could seriously suffer if the Dodgers don't comply with his demand to be traded, he showed himself to be a professional in name only.
The interpretive complexity insinuated by these works was deepened by the ink-and-watercolor drawings hanging in the room connecting the two installations.
Saving Grace'' is a British pot comedy that even the generations that came of age before marijuana insinuated itself into mainstream culture can appreciate.
Doug Aitken and Dean Kuipers take you through a series of photos and text, narrative insinuated, the event at once imminent and immanent.
Joey Hill, Murray's chief of staff, went further, saying Stewart had insinuated Murray used his political clout to evade arrest or prosecution.
Only faint, wavy lines on the paper and fine, almost imperceptible blurs on the canvas quietly insinuated that this body of work was not about pure analytical painting or the monochrome.
The note ``basically insinuated that there was a bomb on board, that there was going to be an explosion,'' said Gabriel Gabor, a spokesman for the airline.