- v. Simple past tense and past participle of suggest.
“We are of opinion that, with reference to such a measure as the one now suggested [giving information to persons at a distance as to the existence of works in the library], and to other measures and regulations generally affecting the use of the library, it is desirable to prepare and publish a compendious _Guide to the reading-room_, as described and _suggested_ by lord Seymour at Q. 9521.”
“The pH Scale The standard measure of proton activity in solutions is pH, a term suggested by the Danish chemist S.”
“Much as the title suggested Do-it-yourself conversion, 31 May your article presented some tips to schools thinking of going for academy status.”
“Even Maybelle was quiet, though her expression suggested that she had merely put herself on hold.”
“Perhaps the title suggested to you that this post was going to be about some neighbors in our area.”
“His name suggested that he had been baptized in Portugal or Spain or perhaps the Cape Verde Islands.”
“The label suggested that shellfish was the perfect partner for this wine, and we chose to make pasta with crab and shrimp tossed in a golden saffron and cream sauce.”
“His expression suggested a hint of enjoyment, or at least his awareness of the absurdity of the situation.”
“The very fact that Bertha McClendon had fainted at the mention of his name suggested vanity to me.”
“The playful way she used his title suggested that she was.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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