Upon the suggestion of a mentor, I quit taking guys' numbers and would only put females' numbers in my phone.
If so, it is the only suggestion of the immense trauma that lies behind this seemingly everyday picture.
Nor does the suggestion that her justified complaints about pay inequity played no part in her ouster hold much printer's ink.
No suggestion that half a century represents a substantial span of time.
To me, this was both a perfect articulation of the problem and the suggestion of a solution.
I propose that we act on Tress's suggestion, and go and make inquiries of him.
The elder Milbrey, too, had met her at his son's suggestion.
The suggestion was not made for my own sake, and I am not sure that it ever occurred to me again.
There is one spot in Harrogate that has a suggestion of the early days of the town.
The suggestion is worthy of the serious consideration of the Pophamites.
mid-14c., "a prompting to evil," from Anglo-French and Old French suggestioun, from Latin suggestionem (nominative suggestio) "an addition, intimation, suggestion," from suggestus, past participle of suggerere "suggest, supply, bring up," from sub "up" (see sub-) + gerere "bring, carry" (see gest). Sense evolution in Latin is from "heap up, build" to "bring forward an idea." Meaning "proposal" appeared by late 14c., but original English notion of "evil prompting" is preserved in suggestive (1630s, though the indecent aspect did not emerge until 1888). Hypnotism sense is from 1887.
suggestion sug·ges·tion (səg-jěs'chən, sə-jěs'-)
Implanting of an idea in the mind of another by a word or act so as to influence conduct or physical condition.