Definition of 'insinuation'
Example sentences containing 'insinuation'
`Of course I checked, "Graham retorted, stung by the insinuation that he hadn't followed standard UNACO procedures.CODE BREAKER (2002)
Just about anything would have been better than her cold disdain, the insinuation that this is all simply beneath her.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002) DANSVILLE (2002)
"His tone carried his implication, the insinuation that the diary was a hoax, that Martin's innocence was a joke.ON A WILD NIGHT (2002)
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