from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To connote; to suggest or designate (something) as additional; to include; to imply.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To connote; to suggest or designate (something) as additional; to include; to imply.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To denote secondarily; refer to something besides the object named; imply the existence of along with or as correlated to the object named; connote; thus, the term “father” connotates a “child”: used especially of qualities whose existence is implied by adjectives: distinguished from denotate, denote.
"Greed and Suck" used together connotate something worse than pond scum, a blob like amoeba, which survives on the bottom rung of humanity, in the sewers.
And I think the one thing that I did like about it is that the name, The Whigs, didn't really connotate any particular sound.
And someone said the Whigs, and we put in the H and thought that made it a little bit more interesting, and we just kind of thought that it didn't really connotate any particular sound.
And itâ€ ™ s ashame how much that term â€˜gayâ€ ™ is used in high school in the South to connotate a negative.
I already explained that periods at the end of sentances do not connotate yelling, but normal tone.
The word, ‘protest’, does not connotate calm, respectful discourse.
Is a game series defined purely by its background setting, or does the franchise "Diablo" also connotate isometric hack'n'slash action-RPG?
DICKINSON: I guess it would connotate ratings, wouldn ` t it, just, you know, to drill up all this trash about what she does with underage drinking?
For some reason, "deviant" has been given a negative denotation, similar to "ignorant" that it does not connotate by current society.
Since “my Lover” is accurate in what it does and does not connotate, but it a little too personal and mildly indicative of sweating and grunting, possibly you could just drop the “r,” referring to him as “my Love.”
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