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sug·ges·tive

 (səg-jĕs′tĭv, sə-jĕs′-)
adj.
1.
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.

sug·ges′tive·ly adv.
sug·ges′tive·ness n.
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Adv.1.suggestively - in a suggestive manner; "she smiled suggestively"
Translations
vihjailevasti

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

suggestively

[səˈdʒɛstɪvli] advd'une manière suggestive

suggestively

advvielsagend, anzüglich; move, danceaufreizend
References in classic literature ?
What seems most singular and suggestively important in this story, is this: it was from Joppa that Jonah set sail.
Mother Atkinson, as all called their hostess, was the merriest there, and the busiest; for she kept flying up to wait on the children, to bring out some new dish, or to banish the live stock, who were of such a social turn that the colt came into the entry and demanded sugar; the cats sat about in people's laps, winking suggestively at the food; and speckled hens cleared the kitchen floor of crumbs, as they joined in the chat with a cheerful clucking.
And then he remembered the porter, who stood suggestively attentive, words of gratitude hanging on his lips.
"Let us walk on, darling," at the same time taking him suggestively by the arm.
Schlemmer's costumes, which were suggestively orchestrated on the background of Sol LeWitt's Lines to Points of Six Inch Grid, 1976, are a symbolization and typification of the utopian body; Panton's enormous piece of furniture is--what, exactly?
And the show would not be complete without their deadly rivals, the Sour Grapes - a gang of girls who dance suggestively in wet-look boots.
In the final shot, Fox suggestively stared at the camera, displaying a perfectly-arched eyebrow.
Young loverman lays it on for the ladies with fashionable, vocodered doubletracked harmonies, shop-soiled beats and a melody that slips down as easily as a suggestively named sugar-sweet cocktail.
Moodily lit and suggestively cropped, the large-format color photographs in Jenny Gage's second solo exhibition in New York offered a smooth mix of verite and voyeurism, a theater of received ideas about the fragility and unattainability of girls from the wrong side of some southern California tracks.
She changed her mind after taking a tablet, and suggestively ran her fingers down the TV remote control.
London, Oct 28 (ANI): English footballer David Beckham was asked to play a prank on a masseuse on Ellen DeGeneres' show, and told to moan suggestively while a hidden camera filmed the whole thing.
The two-time world champion also brandished a handheld microphone suggestively during the postmatch press conference.