Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A kind of worm or larva.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An unidentified parasite of the trout, probably an epizoic crustacean. Also called trout-louse.
  • n. See sub-.

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Examples

  • It's an inaus­pi­cious mes­sage for a series which so far has staunchly avoided anime tropes, but unfor­tu­nately the new prot­ag­on­ist Azaka is every bit as viva­cious and anim­ated as the slang sug­gests, and it can't help but seep into the rest of the film.

    Anime Nano!

  • Debussy gave to several of his compositions titles sug - gesting visual imagery, such as Reflections in the Water,

    IMPRESSIONISM IN ART

  • November's U.K. trade figures are not as bad as the widening in the headline deficits sug gests.

    U.K. Posts Record Trade Deficit

  • The style of the improvised fixture sug - gested childhood, somehow.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • "When you first got here, did you find any clues sug - gesting where all this ..."

    Stalling

  • The words seemed to come naturally, but they were also sug - gestive.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • "Put up sample tribes, and let us choose one," Stile sug - gested.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Phineas sug - gested, feeling less secure with each step.

    Stalling

  • What the audience did not realize was that the activity un - der the whipped gelatin was quite different from that sug - gested by the dialogue.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The right to privacy is going to be totally abolished and they're going to sug ...

    Eric Lurio: TV Everywhere! Or Big Brother: The Beta Version

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