In the light of Claire's insinuations
what had seemed coincidences took on a more sinister character.
After listening to her insinuations
about his physical soundness, Cutter would resume his dumb-bell practice for a month, or rise daily at the hour when his wife most liked to sleep, dress noisily, and drive out to the track with his trotting-horse.
To these insinuations
Barbicane returned no answer; perhaps he never heard of them, so absorbed was he in the calculations for his great enterprise.
She gave her an answer which marked her contempt, and instantly left the room, resolving that, whatever might be the inconvenience or expense of so sudden a removal, her beloved Elinor should not be exposed another week to such insinuations
I do not like to make insinuations
, but I do think the above statistics darkly suggest that these people over here drink this detestable water "on the sly.
You have not every reason to say so of the rest of his people," said Estella, nodding at me with an expression of face that was at once grave and rallying, "for they beset Miss Havisham with reports and insinuations
to your disadvantage.
Sir," said he to Danglars, "understand that I do not take a final leave of you; I must ascertain if your insinuations
are just, and am going now to inquire of the Count of Monte Cristo.
She had never found it so difficult to listen to him, though nothing could exceed his solicitude and care, and though his subjects were principally such as were wont to be always interesting: praise, warm, just, and discriminating, of Lady Russell, and insinuations
highly rational against Mrs Clay.
always to [1315a] seem particularly attentive to the worship of the gods; for from persons of such a character men entertain less fears of suffering anything illegal while they suppose that he who governs them is religious and reverences the gods; and they will be less inclined to raise insinuations
against such a one, as being peculiarly under their protection: but this must be so done as to give no occasion for any suspicion of hypocrisy.
And he rewards her by such smiles and glances, such whispered words, or boldly-spoken insinuations
, indicative of his sense of her goodness and my neglect, as make the blood rush into my face, in spite of myself - for I would be utterly regardless of it all - deaf and blind to everything that passes between them, since the more I show myself sensible of their wickedness the more she triumphs in her victory, and the more he flatters himself that I love him devotedly still, in spite of my pretended indifference.
He could see that she was vastly impressed by this vague talk, so he endorsed his pose by random insinuations
concerning great wealth, and mentioned familiarly a few names that are handled reverently by the proletariat.
My dear Muriel," she said, "I think that you are wrong to make such insinuations