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Related to suggestively: unimpressed
a. Tending to suggest; evocative: artifacts suggestive of an ancient society.
b. Stimulating further thought: "Suggestive here is the Southern, often Western and rural locus of these tales" (Mark Muro).
c. Conveying a hint or suggestion: conveyed the message with a few suggestive words.
2. Calling to mind sexual desire or sex acts: a controversial song with highly suggestive lyrics.
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|Adv.||1.||suggestively - in a suggestive manner; "she smiled suggestively"|
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suggestively[səˈdʒestɪvlɪ] ADV [dance, move, leer] → de manera provocativa, de manera insinuante
"like to see my etchings?" he asked suggestively → -¿quieres ver mi colección de sellos? -preguntó de manera insinuante or provocativa
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