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insinuate

verb allude to, curry favor with, hint, imply, impress, indicate, infer, infuse, inject, insert, instill, interject, intimate, introduce, involve, mention, point to indirectly, presume, refer, suggest
Associated concepts: sexual harassment
See also: allude, connote, hint, imply, impose, incriminate, indicate, infer, intrude, mention, purport
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Sophie Calle is a storyteller who insinuates herself into the lives of her (at times unwilling, at times unwitting) subjects; the frisson derives from her intense engagement.
Nevertheless, Paladino and Eno's collaboration insinuates itself into the imagination.
Through his museum-style presentation of the sneakers and recourse to Kawara and Broodthaers, Wohnseifer insinuates himself into the long genealogy of institutional critique.
Clair insinuates that "hysteria," the "sublime," and "desire" are more than abstractions ground down beneath a late modern drone.
Contrasting his later with his earlier work, the artist noted that "instead of attacking, public art insinuates.