insinuate

Definition: To imply; to suggest without stating outright

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The Magnificent Ambersons - By Booth Tarkington, Arthur William Brown, Doubleday, Page & Company, Country Life Press
...`` You 're trying to insinuate that I 'd get your mother to invite Eugene Morgan here on my account because he 's a widower ! "...
A Guide to the Best Fiction in English - By Ernest Albert Baker
...They further proposed, " To insinuate, through fiction, the causes of Irish discontent, and to insinuate also that if crime were consequent on discontent it was no great wonder; the conclusion to be arrived at by the reader, not by insisting on it on the part of the author, but from sympathy with the criminals . "...
The Alibi - By George Allan England
...Do you mean to insinuate--" " I insinuate nothing, sir ....
Vivian Grey - By Benjamin Disraeli
...`` If you mean to insinuate, " burst forth the Chevalier ....
A Readers' Guide to Irish Fiction - By Stephen James Meredith Brown
...The object with which the " O'Hara Tales " were written is thus stated by Michael Banim : `` To insinuate, through fiction, the causes of Irish discontent and to insinuate also that if crime were consequent on discontent, it was no great wonder; the conclusion to be arrived at by the reader, not by insisting on it on the part of the author, but from sympathy with the criminals . "...
Old Judge Priest - By Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
...`` Do you mean to insinuate " `` Hiram, I do n't mean to insinuate nothin ' ....
The Kingdom of the Blind - By Edward Phillips Oppenheim
...`` Do you insinuate, then, that I am a traitor ? "...
Initials Only - By Anna Katharine Green
...But there were times when he had been seen to leave this apartment in a very different garb, and while there was no one to insinuate that he was clack in paying his debts or was given to dissipation or any overt vice, it was generally conceded by such as casually knew him, that there was a mysterious side to his life which no one understood ....
Hugo - By Arnold Bennett
...Do you mean to insinuate that my eagerness to marry Camilla Payne is in order to prevent her from being able to ' ' No, Louis; I mean to insinuate nothing ....
The Silver Horde - By Rex Beach, Dunn, Harvey T., Harvey T Dunn
...Do you mean to insinuate--" " I do n't mean to insinuate anything ....
The Bath Comedy - By Agnes Castle, Egerton Castle
...cried the Bishop, " do you mean to insinuate " " I insinuate nothing, " cried the other and sneered . "...
Self-raised, Or, From the Depths - By Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
...what is that you dare to insinuate ?...
The Age of Innocence - By Edith Wharton
...`` I do n't know anything of Madame Olenska 's private affairs; but I do n't need to, to be certain that what you insinuate--" \/ `` Oh, I do n't : it 's Lefferts, for one, " Mr. Jackson interposed ....
The Writing and Selling of Fiction - By Paul Revere Reynolds
...This objection will not seem of little weight to those who know that many persons will insinuate a falsehood, which they dare not assert in explicit terms ....
The count of Monte-Cristo - By Alexandre Dumas
...What magistrate would find, or even venture to insinuate, anything against this ?...
Mansfield Park - By Jane Austen, R. Brimley Johnson
...great deal to insinuate in her own praise as to general attention to the interest and comfort of his family, much exertion and many sacrifices to glance at in the form of hurried walks and sudden removals from her own fireside, and many excellent hints of distrust and economy to Lady Bertram and Edmund to detail, whereby a most considerable saving had always arisen, and more than one bad servant been detected ....
The Age of Innocence - By Edith Wharton, Philip M. Parker
...`` I do n't know anything of Madame Olenska 's private affairs; but I do n't need to, to be certain that what you insinuate--" `` Oh, \/ do n't : it 's Lefferts, for one, " Mr. Jackson interposed ....
As You Like it - By William Shakespeare, Samuel Thurber, Louise Wetherbee
...What a case am I in then, that am neither a good epilogue nor can not insinuate with you in the behalf of a good play : I am not furnished like a beggar, therefore to beg will not become me : my way is to conjure you; and I 'll begin with the women ....