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What is another word for insinuating?

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Adjective
Indicative or suggestive of something
“The well-seasoned Washingtonian then makes an insinuating remark about what goes on in these tip-top parlors around here.”
Adjective
Charming and attractive, especially in an ingratiating manner
“You are likely to be surprised at the promptness with which an insinuating gentleman from the Secret Service will call on you.”
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Attractive or appealing in a fresh, innocent way
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Cutting or incisive in nature
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Present participle for to suggest or indicate something indirectly
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“The article would insinuate that the company's chief executive was enriching himself at the expense of shareholders.”
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Present participle for to maneuver oneself into (a favorable position) by subtle manipulation
“A wild ruffian named Kikuchiyo would insinuate himself into the ranks of the warrior class.”
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Present participle for to place or put between or among others
“Tim chose to insinuate his personal problems into the official function, drawing criticism from the crowd.”
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Present participle for to physically move (oneself or a thing) slowly and smoothly into a particular place
“He began to insinuate his arm around her waist, but she was having none of it and walked away.”
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Present participle for to appear, indicate or signal to be (something)
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Present participle for to move slowly and carefully in order to avoid being heard or noticed
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Present participle for to make an assertion without proof
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Present participle for to gradually but firmly establish or infuse with
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Present participle for to make someone or something more appealing
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Present participle for to tell someone about, or trust someone with, a secret or private matter
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Present participle for to enter or encroach on a place or situation forcibly or without invitation
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Present participle for to make insulting or damaging allegations or insinuations about
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Present participle for to spread a rumor or rumors
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Present participle for to intend to do something
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Present participle for to be a portent of a particular outcome
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