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  1. I had no reason to insinuate what I did.
  2. Surely, you’re not trying to insinuate.
  3. She’d insinuate the truth to Ashley somehow.
  4. But why? The woman had the nerve to insinuate.
  5. Of course I will! How can you even insinuate such things?
  6. And what are you trying to insinuate? Are you claiming my men.
  7. I don’t know what you’re trying to insinuate, but we are friends!.
  8. They would insinuate and lie when necessary to get to the results that they wanted.
  9. At less than sixty microns tall it could insinuate itself into the enemy’s advance.
  10. It’s the way female energy moves, effortlessly, the way it can insinuate itself so.
  11. He was not brave or stupid enough to insinuate himself in their lives when Henri was around.
  12. Carefully she drew up the wounded member to insinuate it gently beyond the tight pressing bars.
  13. Did he not insinuate the same idea at the inquiry and suggest it to the talented prosecutor?
  14. I did all this without using public money, contrary to what many ignoramus on Earth would insinuate.
  15. It is an insinuation not founded in fact, and can only exist in the imagination of those who may insinuate it.
  16. What this may insinuate Amanda is that the Colonel and I will be under suspicion although we had nothing to do with it.
  17. Seizing up my last note for five hundred gulden, I contrived to insinuate it, unperceived, into the hand of the pale lady.
  18. I tried to insinuate myself between two larger vehicles, but that was a mistake as they were slower than those in the lane next to us were.
  19. It was so obvious; why had it eluded him all year? He kept trying to insinuate his ideas, but he crashed against walls everywhere he turned.
  20. But, like a blind man, is startled by vague shadows that suddenly seem to insinuate themselves across his almost sightless field of awareness.
  21. Arnold stayed outside of the car to speak to her, something she appreciated: it would be more difficult like that for others to insinuate things.
  22. What magistrate would find, or even venture to insinuate, anything against this? What procureur has ever ventured to draw up an accusation against M.
  23. I tried on most of those occasions to insinuate myself giving him no opportunity to be alone, again trying to control the outcome, but I never confronted him.
  24. This is not to insinuate that the public always will be on the wrong side of the market, nor is it to suggest that this can be used as a trading system in and of itself.
  25. Nothing seemed to insinuate that it was an evil, sinister place, but rather a tropical beach where at any time tourists may be sunbathing under the caresses of the oppressive sun.
  26. These explanations claim that his people threw him on a dunghill where the animals quarreled over his holy body; moreover, they insinuate that he was afflicted with infectious diseases.
  27. But if Saudi Arabia is to Islam what the Vatican is to Roman Catholicism, such an assertion would insinuate that what those speaking on behalf of the Pope had to say is of little diocesan consequence.
  28. It is true, that when common electricity causes the deflagration of metals, as by the discharge of a Leyden jar, it must be supposed to insinuate itself within them, and cause a reaction between their particles.
  29. Nevertheless, it is baffling, though perhaps understandable, to hear voices to insinuate that the national government stimulated the beastly attack of March 11 by allying itself with the United States in the war of Iraq.
  30. I would not, however, be understood to insinuate, that either of those expensive garrisons was ever, even in the smallest degree, necessary for the purpose for which they were originally dismembered from the Spanish monarchy.
  31. Surely, sir, the gentleman did not by these declarations mean to insinuate that any one of those gentlemen who support the bill upon your table, have had any agency in procuring any application to be made in favor of the bank.
  32. By nature taciturn, he now merely growled occasionally like a bear, and glared contemptuously upon the beggar, who, being somewhat of a man of the world, and a diplomatist, tried to insinuate himself into the bear’s good graces.
  33. Often, in our sporadic phone conversations he used veiled language to insinuate that he had no problem with the status quo and that it was a practical and beneficial solution to Leila's problem and that he bore no ill feelings towards me.
  34. And you would dare insinuate before my very presence indeed, that my sermon is a charade, a mockery designed to bring you low? Do you think so highly of yourselves? And you have the ignorant audacity to call me a blasphemer and an affront to life.
  35. Golyadkin junior looked about him in his characteristic horrid way, took care that every one should see what he was doing, glanced into people’s eyes and evidently tried to insinuate to every one everything that was most unpleasant in regard to Mr.
  36. I do not mean to involve the idea of absolute starvation; much less to insinuate that the embargo is so coercive as to humble Great Britain at our feet; far from it—but I do say, from the nature of their products, their profitable existence depends upon us.
  37. Our bringing-up here is so excellent that if we tried we could not induce ourselves to speak of any forked garments to a young man, so we make ourselves understood, when we desire to insinuate such things, by an expressive pause and a modest downward flicker of the eyelids.
  38. Then I made her eyes light back up, “But ever since breakin’ came into the fold … well I’ve just been smitten ever since,” I had said the word “smitten” about breakin’ but I sort of tried to insinuate that I was smitten with her by the way I had smiled and looked deep into her eyes.
  39. I do not mean to insinuate that the Emperor has apologists in this House, in this ark of independence and liberty of a great people; but, in whatever place this suggestion shall be offered, it may be answered that the French Government have not noticed the last law in their decree, or in any of their official papers.
  40. These evolving systems of conspiracies for their own sake are Nisms: parasitic transganics that insinuate themselves into other systems to manipulate their host's acts towards their own nismatic ends, while benefiting from both the anonymity of the incognito secrecy and the publicly innocuous face of the infected host.
  41. So, if the wife is slow in preparing the man’s food, you will find the devil whisper within his spirit that she does not love him; and if she smiles while talking in secret with her mother about something, the devil will fill his chest with untrue misgivings and insinuate in his spirit that they are talking negatively about him, and that their smiles amount to mockery of him.
  42. Milnor said when he had made the motion for the indefinite postponement of the bill, he had supposed that the sense of the House had been fully expressed on it; but as it appeared that the motion would occupy much time in debate, and as some gentlemen had thought proper to insinuate that the motion was made for the purpose of avoiding meeting a direct question on the bill, he now rose to withdraw the motion.
  43. Although it would be highly inexpedient that you should in any manner appear as an avowed agent, yet, if you could contrive to obtain an intimacy with any of the leading party, it may not be improper that you should insinuate, (though with great caution,) that, if they should wish to enter into any communication with our Government, through me, you are authorized to receive any such, and will safely transmit it to me.
  44. She had a great deal to insinuate in her own praise as to general attention to the interest and comfort of his family, much exertion and many sacrifices to glance at in the form of hurried walks and sudden removals from her own fireside, and many excellent hints of distrust and economy to Lady Bertram and Edmund to detail, whereby a most considerable saving had always arisen, and more than one bad servant been detected.
  45. Jackson would intimate by implication the knowledge of our Government of Erskine's incompetency of powers at the time of arrangement, as an essential circumstance on which the King's right of disavowal was founded, and yet omit that circumstance in a formal enumeration; and lastly, it is still more absurd to suppose that he would undertake to insinuate a knowledge, which, from the nature of things, could not possibly exist.
  46. Who are these people of the East that have the hardihood to insinuate any thing like rebellion against the laws of the land, or that would wish to degrade themselves so far as to pay tribute? It cannot be the descendants of the heroes of '76, that bravely stepped forth and fought against a tyrant for liberty! It cannot be the descendants of those brave fellows that struggled on the brow of Bunker's Hill for independence! No.
  47. I do not mean to insinuate that those gentlemen do wrong in espousing the cause of the oppressed, to whatever quarter they may belong; but I state the fact to show that their sympathies may possibly have magnified the evil—and to infer from it, that the opposition of those most immediately interested is to be ascribed, not to their insensibility, but to their apprehensions that this war, instead of securing seamen's rights, will banish their seamen into foreign service.
  48. When now he managed his caresses and endearments so artfully, as to insinuate the most soothing consolations for the past pain and the most pleasing expectations of future pleasure, but whilst mere modesty kept my eyes from seeing his and rather declined them, I had a glimpse of that instrument of mischief which was now, obviously even to me, who had scarce had snatches of a comparative observation of it, resuming its capacity to renew it, and grew greatly alarming with its increase of size, as he bore it no doubt designedly, hard and stiff against one of my hands carelessly dropt; but then he employed such tender prefacing, such winning progressions, that my returning passion of desire being now so strongly prompted by the engaging circumstances of the sight and incendiary touch of his naked glowing beauties, I yield at length at the force of the present impressions, and he obtained of my tacit blushing consent all the gratifications of pleasure left in the power of my poor person to bestow, after he had cropt its richest flower, during my suspension of life, and abilities to guard it.
  49. All I had to do was show up virtually naked and insinuate I wanted a little bit of attention,.
  1. Are you insinuating that any group.
  2. Nicky’s voice was low and insinuating.
  3. I’m not ashamed of what you’re insinuating.
  4. However, she took offence in him insinuating it, as well.
  5. You! Stop insinuating those things and do something productive.
  6. Are you insinuating the great paper has gone down hill?
  7. Alex thought he knew what she was insinuating, but he wanted to.
  8. I’m not insinuating anything, Breckenridge interrupted with.
  9. What was she insinuating? Jail? Had I mentioned Jail? Had these people.
  10. The doctor was insinuating it was just his lil pee pee holding him back.
  11. He pointed at Feinstein, who replied in an arrogant tone, insinuating to.
  12. Ellis’s eyes narrowed; he wasn’t sure if she was insinuating something.
  13. If that were the case, Van Thorn interjected, you’re insinuating.
  14. He remained silent, and then, looking at me in the most insinuating manner, said:.
  15. It is hardly necessary for me to say I was not insinuating anything against her people.
  16. Meade, you can’t be insinuating that there’s ever been anything between those two!.
  17. So many voices and stories, emotions and perceptions, all strung together by a single, insinuating thread.
  18. Kregridor’s face remained impressively stoic in the face of what she was insinuating had all been his fault.
  19. Maybe Hortense meant to undermine Cam’s credibility by insinuating he was still a patient in need of therapy.
  20. Her expression was so insinuating that Deena might be excused a slight irritation in her tone as she answered:.
  21. But in the left eye, which was screwed up and seemed to be insinuating something, Smerdyakov showed himself unchanged.
  22. So you needn't write touching notes and smile in that insinuating way, for it won't do a bit of good, and I won't have it.
  23. If the air of Munro was more commanding and manly, it wanted both the ease and insinuating polish of that of the Frenchman.
  24. There might be rumors insinuating who the peacemakers are, but in reality, they are guiding you to those who devise dilemma.
  25. Collecting lost clothing and insinuating misbehaviors as flare, a spark wrestling with intimacy, and women were in the picture.
  26. Mammy brought up tempting trays, insinuating that now she was a widow she might eat as much as she pleased, but Scarlett had no appetite.
  27. The man pronounced the last word as if in derision, obviously insinuating that a less flattering term would have been appropriate for Sarah.
  28. At last Pinocchio, trying to feel courageous, approached to within a few steps, and said to the Serpent in a little soft, insinuating voice:.
  29. Her small pupils loved her, and strove with each other for the privilege of standing close to her and insinuating their small hands into hers.
  30. In her face, in her eyes, a timidity, an insinuating expression, which she tried to hide, but which I saw, and of which I understood the meaning.
  31. Think of the psychic world as an infinite tree high up in the heavens—a tree whose tendril roots are always insinuating themselves downward into the world of time.
  32. Just as he was going out, a jailer, with a disagreeable, insinuating countenance, and a cross and medals on his breast, came up and handed him a note with an air of mystery.
  33. They accomplish this by whispering, insinuating bad ideas in their spirit, spitting, and using other avenues of entry through which the devil can enter into an inadvertent spirit.
  34. Friendly? Or did he want to be more than a friend? Sally's warnings, Doris's nasty predictions—had she become vulnerable? Was he covertly insinuating himself into her defenses?
  35. Jackson of the senseless stupidity of insinuating as a fact, a knowledge in our Government, which from the undeniable state of things it is not possible they should have possessed.
  36. She knew she had a friend but not any more a potential lover because to her insinuating overtures I gently and mysteriously hinted that I was otherwise engaged, which, of course, was not true.
  37. All this you understand was with the object of dividing me from my mother and sister, by insinuating that I was squandering on unworthy objects the money which they had sent me and which was all they had.
  38. The man who entered was a sturdy, middle-sized fellow, some thirty years of age, clean-shaven, and sallow-skinned, with a bland, insinuating manner, and a pair of wonderfully sharp and penetrating grey eyes.
  39. It even prevailed over the miserable travesty of the song of David which the singer had selected from a volume of similar effusions, and caused the sense to be forgotten in the insinuating harmony of the sounds.
  40. The questions seemed to be insinuating something sinister and that was why Blomkvist quite candidly said that he had gone there, despite the lateness of the hour, because Balder had asked to speak to him urgently.
  41. Every time Kolya, walking to and fro through the rooms, came into the hall, the dog shook his head and gave two loud and insinuating taps on the floor with his tail, but alas! the whistle did not sound to release him.
  42. Raymond, and Tania and the teasing of the staff that for days and days referred to me as the „ aaris’, the bridegroom, and seemed to find my marriage an occasion for a thousand jokes, insinuating questions and sly smiles.
  43. Its sound as well as its import filled Yasmela with a shuddering horror so intolerable that she writhed and twisted her slender body as if beneath a lash, as though to rid her mind of its insinuating vileness by physical contortion.
  44. He spoke, now with a tender, insinuating accent, stepping from foot to foot and looking at the jury, now in quiet, business-like tones, glancing into his notebook, then with a loud, accusing voice, looking from the audience to the advocates.
  45. Jackson's reply in his letter of the 4th of November, which is the last communication that a proper self-respect on the part of the American Government would permit it to receive from him? After again insinuating that our Government had a knowledge of Mr.
  46. He spoke in a gentle, insinuating voice, resting now on one foot, now on the other, and looking at the jury; then changed to a calm, business tone, consulting his note-book, and again he thundered accusations, turning now to the spectators, now to the jury.
  47. As minute after minute passed by, leaving them in undisturbed security, the insinuating feeling of hope was gradually gaining possession of every bosom, though each one felt reluctant to give utterance to expectations that the next moment might so fearfully destroy.
  48. A maid came over to me and in a most plausible and insinuating way hinted that perhaps I might feel like resting and that if the noise in the beauty parlour annoyed me, they had the entire next house--the one next to the Montmartre, you know--which had been fitted up as a dormitory.
  49. He falls in love with her, but, imagining that this girl consciously talks that insinuating nonsense which she has learned in her mother's company, and which she repeats like a parrot, without understanding it, he imagines that the girl is corrupt, and coarsely proposes a liaison with her.
  50. With the connivance and assistance of his wife he disguised himself, covered those keen eyes with tinted glasses, masked the face with a moustache and a pair of bushy whiskers, sunk that clear voice into an insinuating whisper, and doubly secure on account of the girl’s short sight, he appears as Mr.
  51. Pray do not suppose that I am insinuating that food is of undue interest to you; but it is true that if you did not have several meals a day and all of them too nice, if there were doubts about their regular recurrence, if, briefly, you were a washerwoman or a plough-boy, you would not have things the matter with your soul.
  52. Maybe, attractive women tend to celebrate their femininity in the small pleasures that male eagerness ensures, but what a scene the plain things create from a shake-hand distance in crowded places; why, it’s as if they want to attract attention to themselves by insinuating that man’s forced proximity to her was but his indecent approach.
  53. Rushworth was eager to assure her ladyship of his acquiescence, and tried to make out something complimentary; but, between his submission to her taste, and his having always intended the same himself, with the superadded objects of professing attention to the comfort of ladies in general, and of insinuating that there was one only whom he was anxious to please, he grew puzzled, and Edmund was glad to put an end to his speech by a proposal of wine.
  54. Moist eyes of almond shape, smiling red lips, a little moustache well waxed, hair brushed in the latest fashion, a vulgarly pretty face,—what the women call ‘not bad,’—feebly built physically, but with no deformity; with hips as broad as a woman’s; correct, and insinuating himself into the familiarity of people as far as possible, but having that keen sense that quickly detects a false step and retires in reason,—a man, in short, observant of the external rules of dignity, with that special Parisianism that is revealed in buttoned boots, a gaudy cravat, and that something which foreigners pick up in Paris, and which, in its peculiarity and novelty, always has an influence on our women.
  55. Pappleworth, in that insinuating voice which means,.
  1. He insinuated it, as it were.
  2. She insinuated I was at fault.
  3. Maximus insinuated that I was fat.
  4. Shaggy but even he had only insinuated it.
  5. Several of the other servants insinuated that.
  6. Insinuated, implied and injected into everything.
  7. He carefully insinuated there might have been more.
  8. You insinuated that you would turn Maximus into glue.
  9. Jesus therefore insinuated that he was to be this sixth.
  10. It had to be insinuated, as it were, slowly into his mind.
  11. Soon he had insinuated himself into the band as a second guitarist.
  12. Are you really a wizard? She doubted it but wondered how he had been insinuated.
  13. She was wearing a black and lavender dress; it hugged and insinuated her smooth curves.
  14. Buster stammered as if lost for words at the insinuated insistence on having this letter.
  15. You have insinuated that you ran only to overtake me, not to escape the clutches of the lion.
  16. A few Marines approached them and one of the men insinuated that Elvis had been with his wife.
  17. I know he sort of insinuated that he was interested in you but … oh why is life never simple?
  18. Con, Reginald and Rodney had also insinuated their alien and wonderful world into his dry and academic life.
  19. It has been insinuated that we are therefore less worthy of respect than the winners of the other competitions.
  20. But, she had no idea how to deal with the insinuated meaning in Zac's words, the words he spoke as they drove to the manor.
  21. The main problem is that it was balanced, but doing so it offered one view which insinuated that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.
  22. He tried to remember some film or info-sense experiential that might have somehow subliminally insinuated itself into his head.
  23. My brother was, however, of a hasty temper, and upbraided me with my slackness, on account, as he tauntingly insinuated, of the.
  24. He’d heard Bridgette cry out a minute or two earlier, and the sudden memory of it, what it insinuated, made his heart go cold.
  25. Dewi, how can you talk without thinking? She’s right you insinuated that the Sultan’s daughter was a tramp, a loose woman.
  26. As they sat there recouping their strength, the smallest hint of something, like tired nerves, insinuated its way into their senses.
  27. You did a good action, said the prince, for in the midst of his angry feelings you insinuated a kind thought into his heart.
  28. Carton," he insinuated, "it is a very different thing to be sure in your own mind that a man is guilty from being able to prove it in court.
  29. He then artfully insinuated, 'that he daily expected a vessel to arrive, a successful speculation, that would make him easy for the present, and that he.
  30. But Anna’s aunt had through a common acquaintance insinuated that he had already compromised the girl, and that he was in honor bound to make her an offer.
  31. He answered yes and no and refused to rise to the bait when Broyles insinuated that he’d been lazy in performing his duty according to SFPD policies and procedures.
  32. She leaned down and placed her arms around his neck bringing her lips to his and simultaneously insinuated herself onto his lap, feeling his growing hardness beneath her.
  33. And that's why money must die? S insinuated the charge of treason that Prez Porn publicly and proudly had kill listed the couple for on his weekly webcast, Breakfast of Conquerors.
  34. What he did remember was that they insinuated his father was killed and since those words popped out of the girl's mouth - it was the girl, he thought or maybe the other kid - he had been brooding.
  35. Yet, this wild hint seemed inferentially negatived, by what a grey Manxman insinuated, an old sepulchral man, who, having never before sailed out of Nantucket, had never ere this laid eye upon wild Ahab.
  36. They invited us to join them for lunch, we talked about this and that, and suddenly out of the blue, she insinuated that I was a loose woman, and had many experiences with men, because I was raised in England.
  37. Wa gave a cautious look at Hall: the captain of his flagship had insinuated a few times during the past days his doubts about the wisdom of the Federation Council’s policies in its ways of dealing with Spacers.
  38. Therefore, hearing no reason assigned why the President should act thus preposterously, as it is attempted to be insinuated he did, by those in opposition, it would be reasonable to conclude that he had no such knowledge.
  39. She leant o’er me to pierce the juicy Flesh of the Capon; and, unable to contain myself any longer, I clapp’d my Mouth to the tender Valley betwixt the white Mountains of her Breasts and there insinuated my darting Tongue.
  40. Many forked tongues insinuated that this friendship had something to do with the fact that both women were openly bisexual, but hordes of paparazzi were still trying to produce a picture that would ‘prove’ such a romantic link.
  41. Easily, then, reading in my eyes the full permission of myself to all his wishes, he scarce pleased himself more than me; when, having insinuated his hand under my petticoat and shift, he presently removed those bars to the sight, by slily lifting them.
  42. It has been insinuated, that British influence, operating through this institution, has prevented the Government from taking strong measures against Great Britain; but in what manner this has been effected, gentlemen have not been good enough to explain.
  43. In truth, it has been insinuated, if not asserted, with much more of candor than of logical address, that the principles of the bill are those of the former friends of the gentleman from Massachusetts on my left, from which, I suppose, that gentleman has, in some way or other, deserted.
  44. In this manner he came up to Montparnasse without being seen or heard, gently insinuated his hand into the back pocket of that frock-coat of fine black cloth, seized the purse, withdrew his hand, and having recourse once more to his crawling, he slipped away like an adder through the shadows.
  45. Roric turned to his oldest son and answered him in a way that insinuated a hidden lesson to be learned in the moment like father’s have a way of doing, Because he realizes that to ride at the head of the men he will perhaps one day command in battle is an honor that he has not won the right to yet.
  46. I felt at once like a Prisoner of the Inquisition, or a Felon being put to the Peine Forte et Dure, for e’en as my Pains came in Waves, this other Force of cold Metal insinuated itself into my very Bowels, jabbing and twisting; ’twas groping, it seem’d, for the Head of the Babe, that refus’d, in its Obstinacy, to turn.
  47. I repeat again that Pyotr Stepanovitch was always, in continual whispers, strengthening in the governor's household an idea he had insinuated there already, that Nikolay Vsyevolodovitch was a man who had very mysterious connections with very mysterious circles, and that he had certainly come here with some commission from them.
  48. They had informed him of the loading of the airplane on board a ship that did not arrive, and although his shipping agents insisted, that it would never arrive because it was not on the list of Caribbean ships, his partners insisted that the shipment was correct and they even insinuated that Gaston was lying to them in his letters.
  49. The majestic figure of an elder was insinuated at the door, his hairs were falling down in cascades up to his shoulders, his beard was opened to show the track of an incipient smile, his luxury tunic spun with gleaming fibers reflecting twinkles to his gait and he carried the same intense navy blue look of the young magician, but with the warmth and docility of an evening in the tropic.
  50. As our polite exchange progressed, she became more demanding and I became more blunt, to the point where her (social) fears insinuated themselves on our conversation: having explained how to live a life free from assumed obligations, I concluded to the effect that if she took care of the two square feet she occupied when she was vertical, the angels would have less to review when she was horizontal.
  51. Nothing could be more plausibly set forth; and certainly the project, as a notion, had many things to recommend it; but we had no funds adequate to undertake it; so, on the score of expense, knowing, as I did, the state of the public income, I thought it my duty to oppose it in toto; which fired Mr Plan to such a degree, that he immediately insinuated that I had some end of my own to serve in objecting to his scheme; and because the wall that it was proposed to big round the moderate building, which we were contemplating, would inclose a portion of the backside of my new steading at the Westergate, he made no scruple of speaking, in a circumbendibus manner, as to the particular reasons that I might have for preferring it to his design, which he roused, in his way, as more worthy of the state of the arts and the taste of the age.
  52. Humiliating in the extreme must it be to hear this solemn asseveration questioned, even in a side-way, in order to support the insolence of a British Minister! Was it not enough that the country has been enabled to endure, in order to secure the great object of remaining in peace, insult after insult, outrage after outrage, and even that the Government should be insulted by foreign diplomatic characters, without doubts and suspicions being insinuated by members of this House? Pray, sir, let me ask this House, or the whole of the United States, what the President of the United States has ever done in any official character, among the many which he has filled with honor to himself and reputation to his country, that the correctness of his declarations, made through his Minister of State, should be disputed? But I might suffer the humiliation of going still further into the subject.
  1. The virus insinuates itself without detection.
  2. The dust of mankind insinuates that a remnant.
  3. This narrative about the end days insinuates that there.
  4. This narrative about the end days insinuates that there will be an excess of preaching.
  5. There is a word that insinuates itself into an environment in which liberty is disintegrating.
  6. Since selling options can be a profit strategy, it insinuates that buying option must be risky.
  7. The e-mail makes Dale look like maybe he deserved to get plugged; it insinuates that he was a thief.
  8. It seems TV has conditioned us, because it insinuates that most of life’s problems can be solved in less than 30.
  9. Gently he insinuates his vast bulk among them again and revels there awhile, still in tantalizing vicinity to young Lothario, like pious Solomon devoutly worshipping among his thousand concubines.
  10. Smith, not only with conniving at a conduct improper in itself, because it could only lead to rejection of the arrangement growing out of it, but insinuates that he was the principal actor in the scene.
  11. A ruthless, conniving ingénue insinuates her way into the inner circle of a legendary, aging Broadway star, leaving wrecked lives and shattered relationships in her wake, as she claws her way to the very pinnacle of theatrical stardom.
  12. The story of Eve, adapted from a Cosmopolitan short story, is well known—a ruthless, conniving ingénue, Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter), insinuates herself into the life and career of a legendary, aging Broadway star, Margo Channing (Bette Davis), wrecking the lives of all those she touches, as she claws her way to the very pinnacle of theatrical stardom.
  13. Smith had just received Cadore's insulting letter, in which he more than insinuates that, as a Government and nation, we are destitute of just political views, without honor, energy, or even independence, and closes by letting our Government know of the seizure and sale of the property of our citizens in all the ports of Europe under French control; what was the conduct of the American Government on this occasion? I entreat gentlemen to take notice, that, with this horrid picture of insult and robbery fresh in their recollection, the same conciliatory disposition, guided by the principles of neutrality, which dismissed a British Minister for an implied insult, induced Mr.

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