One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The famous three-four step snakes insinuatingly and hypnotically as a cobra, spitting as it lilts.’
- ‘He's helped by Gilberto Gil's insinuatingly seductive, subtly sinuous score, as he is by his noncliched casting of the chief role.’
- ‘‘You are a crack shot with any sort of firearms, I believe? ‘said the District Attorney, insinuatingly.’’
- ‘He is nasty (and insinuatingly sympathetic), snarling with wit about disasters of transport and bodily malfunction.’
- ‘‘I think I might be able to resist him now,’ she paused, an eyebrow raised insinuatingly.’
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