Whether he is insinuating himself into a juggling routine or flubbing a trapeze act, he clearly has those skills in his toolkit.
Olasky describes it instead as “insinuating evolution,” which sounds sinister.
Obama released his birth certificate, but Republicans insisted on insinuating that it was a fake.
Then, gradually, “it got more to Kevin insinuating sexual things.”
Governor Linda Lingle is not only campaigning against Barack Obama—she's insinuating he's not even from there.
Excuse me for insinuating by this expression, that there may yet be amongst you some novices.
His manner towards the sex was remarkable for its insinuating character.
Soft as his "Eh" was in utterance, it was insinuating, pursuing; it had to be answered.
I can turn a deaf ear to enticements the most alluring, and sounds the most insinuating.
They are invariably men of the most polished and insinuating address.
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.