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insinuation

noun allusion, aspersion, clue, hint, indirect allusion, indirect comment, indirect immlication, inference, innuendo, intimation, oblique hint, significatio, suggestion, veiled observation, veiled remark
See also: accusation, attribution, charge, clue, connotation, criticism, defamation, disparagement, hint, implication, indication, inference, innuendo, intimation, mention, reference, referral, slander, suggestion, tip

INSINUATION, civil law. The transcription of an act on the public registers, like our recording of deeds. It was not necessary in any other alienation, but that appropriated to the purpose of donation. Inst. 2, 7, 2; Poth. Traite des Donations, entre vifs, sect. 2, art. 3, Sec. 3; Encyclopedie; 8 Toull. n. 198.

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According to him, his name is used for false insinuations in the case of the withdrawal of the license of Dunarit and Emco.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi stated that China appreciates Pakistan's contribution to fight terrorism, extremism and separatism and opposes any false insinuations in this regard.
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Ms Radcliffe should never have been forced to come out and defend herself against such insinuations.
La caf demande des preuves sur les [beaucoup moins que] insinuations [beaucoup plus grand que] des officiels de la federation tunisienne.
The 54-second commercial show's Orbach living out his sexual fantasies with Refaeli, and as it contains "too many sexual insinuations," the Second Authority for Television and Radio reportedly pulled the plug on it airing during primetime, the New York Daily News reported.
I am deeply concerned and very disturbed by insinuations that my complaint is part of a pre-election political conspiracy.
Commenting on a speech by US President Barack Obama before the UN General Assembly and the insinuations in his speech about the sectarian tension in Bahrain, Shaikh Mohsin said that Bahrain has a great civilisation, and its people can trace their lineage to the emergence of the first urbanisation of humanity.
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