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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hint.


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  • His name hinted at his nature, for the kittim were said to be a host of dark angels who waged war against men and God.

    The Black Angel

  • But Durbin hinted strongly that this was the one vehicle the party had left for securing the necessary votes.

    Dick Durbin: Tax Cut Debate Will End With High-Drama Brinkmanship

  • Mr Griffin hinted at this in his speech when he acknowledged longing for the day when Limewire [the most widely used P2P software product] will be the answer to a trivia question.

    Warner Music’s Choruss, revisited

  • Willingham again hinted that Washington had institutional problems that impeded his effectiveness at the school, but he made no overt excuses for the mess Sarkisian is likely to inherit.

  • Coach Eddie Jordan again hinted that their roles could become even more prominent.

  • Notes: San Francisco DT Bryant Young again hinted at retirement, saying he'll announce his decision in the days before next Sunday's home finale against Tampa Bay.

  • This call hinted at calling For Datuk Abdullah's resignation.

    More On Vote Swing.

  • However, I am quite certain that if the name hinted the promise of incense I would have not been disappointed, even if I found out at the end that there is an underlining mossy, musky quality to the perfume which gives it its “masculine” nuance.

    Le Labo's Vetiver 46

  • Nothing in his expression hinted that he believed her.

    The Ultimate Millionaire

  • The girl looked at him as if she could read his thoughts, and her expression hinted at her amusement with him.

    The Wizard Of London


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