sug-

sug-

var. of sub- before g: suggest.
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The thought came to me the next morning, and was sug- gested by my seeing one of my knights who was in the soap line come riding in.
"What if I tried a knock at the door?" he sug- gested.
"I could bring him round in a week," she sug- gested, timidly.
He was struggling and it was sug- gested at half-time that he would only last 10 or 15 minutes of the second period."
Theorists have sug- gested that such objects are not planets but brown dwarfs, dim objects that form as stars do (SN: 1/27/96, p.
The new finding sug- gests that comets also deliver material directly from interstellar space, which may have contributed to the development of life on our planet.