insinuatingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an insinuating manner
the art book has art to sell, insinuatingly, and for a purpose, like the American muse, which has in fact a tradition to sell, and one which doesn't exist, in painting
- Part of the Basie band, without Pianist Basic, insinuatingly records a slow oldtimer.
- The abolition of the "two classes of Germans" was not enough; why, he asked insinuatingly, had not Adenauer mentioned the victims of Naziism, including Germany's surviving 30,000 .
- Germania, organ of the Catholic Centerists, uncharitably referred to the "clear British complexion of the candidate," whom it insinuatingly dubbed "Sir Herbert Hoover.
- Mikhail Gorbachev in International Herald Tribune
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...