- v. present participle of suggest.
“Truman said not a word suggesting he had reached such a decision.”
“The drawings on Deceptively Delicious are more subtle, even in the context of the title suggesting deception.”
“Leo rolled her eyes, an expression suggesting to Lilith that she thought her a fool.”
“That was a word not too familiar to me in any meaningful way, just a word suggesting bravery.”
“The new voice of the Nets is a Brooklyn-loving, dreadlocked former deejay with a smooth delivery and a nickname suggesting top quality.”
“The commentary appeared under a pen name "Zhong Sheng," a name suggesting the meaning the "voice of China," which is sometimes used to reflect higher-level opinion.”
“Despite the title suggesting that there'd be a metropolis to explore and do business in, it's disappointing that the actual setting in”
“Gee ABC, thanks so much for your concern and for coming up with a title suggesting there's something wrong with being successful and single-and that it's only a black problem.”
“So that's what you call his suggesting me, do you? Humph!”
“Repros had previously tried to get a label suggesting the drug would be suitable for men with secondary hypogonadism wishing to preserve their fertility.”
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