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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of suggest.

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Examples

  • The term suggests that we are willing to punish others for the greater good and the benefit of society at large.

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  • She does what her title suggests, she compromises with people.

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  • But the label suggests that most women come down with a syndrome each month before we bleed.

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  • The term suggests there is something called utility—like mass, height, wealth, or happiness—that people maximize.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • The term suggests there is something called utility—like mass, height, wealth, or happiness—that people maximize.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • All these things we're discussing here are taxes, or borrowing now to pay back later … The term suggests there's a free source of money.

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  • "The name suggests an upgraded Korea that pursues harmony over conflict," he said.

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  • Even the title suggests a stark and much more layered exploration of a story about two people discovering their true selves and falling in love against the odds.

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  • As the title suggests, the Rapid Eye Movement sleeping state may have something to do with the cop's split perceptions.

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  • “Detective Collins, your name suggests that you are Irish, which means there is a good chance that you are Catholic or, at least, were raised as one.”

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