insinuatingly insinuatingly


  • (adv) in an insinuating manner


  1. Part of the Basie band, without Pianist Basic, insinuatingly records a slow oldtimer.
  2. He conversed with his castanets, brutally, insolently, insinuatingly.
  3. And gently, insinuatingly rebelling against their dismal fate.


  • "Moreover, it is being done somehow insinuatingly, without discussion. Apparently it's an attempt to use the superpower status to scare and pressure everyone to the left and to the right," Gorbachev said. "I think it's mischief of the...
    on May 24, 2007 By: Mikhail Gorbachev Source: International Herald Tribune

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