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- n. The act of sinuating.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A winding or bending in and out.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being sinuate; a winding or bending in and out.
- n. The formation of a sinus or recess, as in a margin; a shallow curved reentrance; an emargination.
- n. A cerebral gyre.
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I totally agree. jaison played it well – hung back, pondered the sinuation, and determined a plan of moral action.
It will appear from the above statement that this contains an unjust in - sinuation, which the reporter ought modestly to have forborn, especially as he had, while in this city, a conve - nient opportunity for obtaming correct information by applying to any member of the committee of missions.
I do 'know what the rah's abaht, but y' know, ole chap, no man should make sin -- sin -- sinuation he can't prove -- in black an 'white. "
"If you mean by that insin -- insin -- sinuation to imply any disrespect to the
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