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- adv. In a suggestive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a suggestive manner; by way of suggestion; so as to suggest, or stimulate reflection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a suggestive manner
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Pitt and Queen Charlotte dangle suggestively from the lamps above the Crown & Anchor sign.
That atmosphere has inspired his latest work, Election 08, which depicts the political horse race literally with "suggestively" posed horses representing Presidential Candidates Hilary Clinton & Barack Obama.
"suggestively" positioned finger were among gender-related complaints upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority of SA
University student Amna recalls one of her teachers "patting our backs, touching our hands and staring at us suggestively."
When she wriggled suggestively in his lap, he scowled at her and said something in her ear that sent her flouncing away with a huff.
She spread her legs suggestively, so he was sitting between them.
During the song, she begins getting freaky with ChessClub, rubbing up on her leg and dancing suggestively.
I love chilled gin as a mixed drink appetizer, but it's really something you indirectly request or suggestively support.
Friends of the cherry-poppee would organise a venue and get everyone to bring suggestively shaped chocolate gifts and food-flavoured sex toys.
GB: Although I am sure handkerchiefs were being dropped suggestively at their feet, I suspect their hands were full, taking care of scent bottles and maintaining their Adonis-like personae.