Sentence Examples


  • He had the sweet and patient temper which knew how to live, unrepining and unsoured, in the midst of the most watchful persecution, public and private; and it is wonderful how rarely he used his splendid rhetoric for the purposes of invective against the spirit and policy from which he must have suffered deeply, while, it may be added, he never hid an innuendo under a metaphor or a trope.
  • But one should bear in mind that traditional British pantomime generally includes mild innuendo.
  • Don't convey innuendos about a colleague in his or her presence.
  • Germans are detail-oriented and want to understand every innuendo before coming to an agreement.
  • He offered an innuendo about the drinking problem.

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