Ryan insinuated that the Democratic Party is selling the American people a welfare state.
Obamacare does not, as Romney insinuated, take $716 billion away from current Medicare recipients.
The bureau, however, dropped the confidential informant, Emad Salem, who had insinuated himself into the plot.
It was insinuated that he had actually proceeded in this way, and put himself under the direction of Peter and the Judean Church.
"Do you good," he insinuated, pushing the bottle gently over.
Sergeant Colgan, though Gallagher insinuated evil things about him, was a man with a strict sense of propriety.
Yes; but she had not been his, insinuated vanity; another had whipped her off before his eyes.
My answer to the lie you have insinuated against me shall be my immediate marriage with my old friend's orphan child.
"But a woman needs a man to protect and work for her," insinuated Crane.
I hope the latter is quite well; for Miss Huff insinuated somewhat to the contrary.
1520s, from Latin insinuatus, past participle of insinuare "to throw in, push in, make a way; creep in, intrude, bring in by windings and curvings, wind one's way into," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + sinuare "to wind, bend, curve," from sinus "a curve, winding." Sense of "to introduce tortuously or indirectly" is from 1640s. Related: Insinuated; insinuating; insinuatingly.