This was the first inkling that the book was destined for runaway success.
I took the elevator up to the second floor without any inkling of what was about to happen.
Not that Kendrick had any inkling of this when she first auditioned with Reitman.
There was no inkling then, of course, that what Strauss-Kahn would actually serve was time.
This really was the first time any of us got any kind of inkling of what it was really like.
It was such a well-behaved, solemn little audience, that never gave me an inkling of its liking or its loathing.
It was only an inkling, vague and groundless, and he felt that it would do no good to speak of it.
As already suggested, he had at least an inkling of what that undertaking meant.
But Hiram gave her no inkling of where he passed the evening.
At all events something might be said by way of answer that would give an inkling of the truth.
c.1400, apparently from the gerund of Middle English verb inclen "utter in an undertone, hint at, hint" (mid-14c.), which is of unknown origin; perhaps related to Old English inca "doubt, suspicion."