Innuendo

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  1. noun The definition of an innuendo is a subtle, insulting comment or gesture. An example of innuendo is telling people that a public official seems to be giving a lot of construction jobs to a contractor from whom he gets a lot of political contributions. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
  2. Innuendo is the raw forthright brilliance that sums it all up. If you go back to the beginning and follow Freddies songs, he actually is giving us an accounting of his life as he goes through his life. In the Lap of The Gods sums up his issues about his career choice. You Take My /5(1K).
  3. innuendo An indirect or subtle -- in the case of urban slang, not often subtle as so -- usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation. The foundation of urban slang rests on the pillars of innuendo-laced phrases most of which were invented by the lower class of society. by doodievomit May 24,
  4. The word innuere in classical Latin meant “to nod, beckon, or make a sign to” a person, and in medieval Latin more generally “to hint” or “to insinuate.” One form of the gerund of this verb was innuendo, which meant “by hinting.”.
  5. Another word for innuendo: insinuation, suggestion, hint, implication, whisper | Collins English Thesaurus.
  6. / ˌɪcarifuneltidammepevihazager.xyzinfoˈcarifuneltidammepevihazager.xyzinfoʊ / plural innuendos or innuendoes (the making of) a remark or remarks that suggest something sexual or something unpleasant but do not refer to it directly: There's always an element of sexual innuendo .
  7. “ Innuendo ” is the opening track and lead single of Queen’s ultimate album before Freddie Mercury’s death. The song, partially inspired by Kashmir as well as Freddie’s illness, deals with.
  8. The title itself is an innuendo (alluding to the scrotum). During Rocko's tirade about the supermarket sale, among the things he mentions is being "threatened by your Gestapo security guards" Rocko speaks to a customer, who unknowingly has Spunky in his shopping cart, cased in plastic.
  9. 1. An indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation. 2. Law A plaintiff's allegation explicating the defamatory meaning of the publication or utterance in a libel suit.

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