- 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 doesnt exist, in painting"
- 五十嵐 博イガラシ ヒロシIgarashi Hiroshi
- 東海大学紀要. 海洋学部 10(3), 30, 2013-03-10
- … The third connotation insinuatingly chiseled in is Solomon's and Melville's view of life and the world, <All is vanity.<Melville described in Pierre <the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself< …
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- in·sin·u·at·ing ( n-s n y - t ng). adj. 1. Provoking gradual doubt or suspicion; suggestive: insinuating remarks. 2. Artfully contrived to gain favor or confidence; ingratiating. in·sin u·at ing·ly adv. ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words ...