But now the insinuation is racial: Clinton made those lazy blacks work, and Obama wants to go back to giving them “free stuff.”
But the insinuation that it contains an inherent nefarious motive is simply a means of dismissing the content.
Its insinuation into the economy of Iran had been widely observed for years.
Technically true, but highly misleading in its insinuation that American jobs are being moved overseas.
A Vatican spokesman calls the insinuation that the pope played any part in a cover-up a blatant move to discredit the Holy Father.
The anecdote is more valuable; for it instances the ways and means of French insinuation.
He was an adept in the art of insinuation; besides that, he knew "every one."
I was so astounded at the plainness of her insinuation that I could not reply for some moments.
But she, too, was stung to wrath by the insinuation which his words contained.
Most women under the circumstances would have fired up—repelled the insinuation angrily.