Insinuating

In·sin'u·a`ting adjective Winding, creeping, or flowing in, quietly or stealthily; suggesting; winning favor and confidence insensibly. Milton. « His address was courteous, and even insinuating Prescott.
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Insinuating

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Insinuate • (a.) Winding, creeping, or flowing in, quietly or stealthily; suggesting; winning favor and confidence insensibly.
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insinuating

insinuating 1. Provoking gradual doubt or suspicion; suggestive: 'She made insinuating remarks about the speaker.' 2. Artfully contrived to gain favor or confidence; ingratiating. 3. Tending to enter gently; insensibly winning favor and confidence.
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