Insinuation in a sentence as a noun

Or an insinuation that the Pharaoh is not, in fact, a god?

> The insinuation being that the US is the only country doing this?Can you please make up your mind?

Please don't muddy the waters with an insinuation of racism.

Why not correct my interpretation, rather than make a snide insinuation?

Man, this is kind of a poor article, down to the insinuation that Ron Johnson was the dude who decided to include in-store WiFi.

I'm not really a fan of Norton's journalism, but the insinuation you've made here is execrable.

I also took issue with the insinuation that working for other people always results in your job becoming "soul sucking".

What I disagree with, strongly, is your insinuation that "sheltering is the reality of homeschool".

The insinuation that most programmers can't write or debug a regex correctly is disingeneous.

Your insinuation, that hospitals reject the uninsured, is incorrect.

The selection of stories and insinuation layered on top of them by the news media can easily drive agendas and influence the public.

My only disagreement is with the insinuation that the lack of universal healthcare in the US is there to intentionally trap people in unfulfilling jobs.

"As is typical of hatemongers, Dawkins is careful not to name his target directly: instead, he works with insinuation -- though that said, calling the victim "Muslima" is particularly crass.

That's a reasonable criticism, and I would certainly agree such an insinuation would be a step too far. However I would also argue that the tone and context of my comment make it quite clear that I don't consider the poster to be a shill, but merely allow for that possibility in qualifying my statements, which is quite different to what you are suggesting.

******* ****.. With every month that goes by, I am less and less inclined to travel to, or do business in, the US..The insinuation being that the US is the only country doing this?I hate this sort of thing as much as the next guy, but let's not pretend the US is the only country engaging in this behavior.

Insinuation definitions


an indirect (and usually malicious) implication

See also: innuendo


the act of gaining acceptance or affection for yourself by persuasive and subtle blandishments; "she refused to use insinuation in order to gain favor"

See also: ingratiation