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nounPlural innuendoes, Plural innuendos
1indirecta feminineinsinuación femininethe article is full of innuendos — el artículo hace muchas insinuaciones
- she's always making innuendos about my father — siempre está lanzando indirectas / haciendo insinuaciones sobre mi padre
- I don't understand how people can be so cruel and unfeeling as to create havoc and distress in another person's life based on nothing but innuendos and rumors.
- I laughed, thoroughly amused by his responses to my innuendos.
- I was going to slaughter James for his constant sexual innuendos.
- You do not mean those snitchy innuendos about your friends being freeloaders.
- Anyway, if you're wondering what all the innuendos of the movie are trying to say or what the grand meaning you take from the flick is, here it is: Nothing.
- And, in their laddish way, they will make lewd and disparaging remarks and innuendos.
- His letter is a collection of false assertions, distortions, innuendos, contradictions, and misreadings.
- Presumably without checking with their own intelligence experts or the White House, the three Democratic leaders went public with their incendiary innuendos.
- There's not much promise in the situation, and the dialogue has a few innuendos that are, by the standards of the time, gross.
- When sexual innuendos were actually made they appeared forced in order to appease my interests - they failed in this attempt.
- There will always be sex jokes to tell and innuendos to be made.
- And even though there was a lack of detail, simple innuendos suggested that one was female and the other male.
- ‘I am making a sterling plea to members of the public to avoid speculation and innuendos until the investigations are completed and the report is published,’ he implored.
- So I called again and this time he tells me a whole set of things that had some nasty innuendos to them and there's a disgusting laugh in the background from yet another male.
- Problems occurred, however, when the behavior was unwelcome by staff members or if the behaviors included lewd remarks or sexual innuendos.
- Dress conduct, sexual innuendos at the workplace and other such issues are raised in the book.
- In your desire to blacken the reputation of Indonesia, you have resorted to the dissemination of falsehoods, misrepresentations and innuendos without any factual basis.
- It is possible to have a political conversation with someone who is the polar opposite of you without using ugly words and nasty innuendos.
- I smiled at the memory of all his sexual innuendos and how they always managed to leave me either completely flustered or speechless.
- The list of wrong stories, innuendos, misdirection, disinformation and outright lies that have been printed and broadcast on behalf of the Republican party in the mainstream press is staggering.
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