insinuations: Associated Words
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  • sympathetical
  • derogating
    • verb cause to seem less serious; play down
      minimize; denigrate; belittle.
      • Don't belittle his influence

  • calumnious
    • adjective satellite (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
      denigrating; libelous; denigrative; denigratory; slanderous; libellous; calumniatory; defamatory.

  • levelled
    • noun a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
      grade; degree.
      • a moderate grade of intelligence
      • a high level of care is required
      • it is all a matter of degree
    • noun a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
      grade; tier.
      • lumber of the highest grade

  • snide
    • adjective satellite expressive of contempt
      sneering; supercilious.
      • curled his lip in a supercilious smile
      • spoke in a sneering jeering manner
      • makes many a sharp comparison but never a mean or snide one

  • respecting
    • noun (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
      regard.
      • it differs in that respect
    • noun the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
      regard; esteem.
      • it is held in esteem
      • a man who has earned high regard

  • slanderous
    • adjective satellite (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
      denigrating; libelous; denigrative; denigratory; calumnious; libellous; calumniatory; defamatory.

  • against
    Abreast; opposite to; facing; towards; as, against the mouth of a river; -- in this sense often preceded by over.
    Jacob saw the angels of God come against him. Tyndale.

  • calumniating
    • verb charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
      sully; smirch; smear; defame; asperse; slander; denigrate; besmirch.
      • The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation

  • concerning
    • noun something that interests you because it is important or affects you
      • the safety of the ship is the captain's concern
    • noun an anxious feeling
      fear; care.
      • care had aged him
      • they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction

  • perfidious
    • adjective satellite tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the Carthaginians by the Romans
      punic; treacherous.
      • Punic faith
      • the perfidious Judas
      • the fiercest and most treacherous of foes
      • treacherous intrigues

  • industriously
    • adverb in an industrious manner
      • they hoed up weeds industriously all morning

  • artful
    • adjective not straightforward or candid; giving a false appearance of frankness
      disingenuous.
      • an ambitious, disingenuous, philistine, and hypocritical operator, who...exemplified...the most disagreeable traits of his time"- David Cannadine
      • a disingenuous excuse
    • adjective marked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft
      • the artful dodger
      • an artful choice of metaphors

  • regarding
    • noun (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
      respect.
      • it differs in that respect
    • noun paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
      paying attention; attentiveness; heed.
      • his attentiveness to her wishes
      • he spends without heed to the consequences

  • sly
    • adjective satellite marked by skill in deception
      tricky; wily; knavish; slick; foxy; guileful; tricksy; dodgy; crafty; cunning.
      • cunning men often pass for wise
      • deep political machinations
      • a foxy scheme
      • a slick evasive answer
      • sly as a fox
      • tricky Dick
      • a wily old attorney

  • thrown
    • adjective satellite caused to fall to the ground
      • the thrown rider got back on his horse
      • a thrown wrestler
      • a ball player thrown for a loss
    • verb propel through the air
      throw.
      • throw a frisbee

  • malicious
    • adjective having the nature of or resulting from malice
      • malicious gossip
      • took malicious pleasure in...watching me wince"- Rudyard Kipling

  • aforesaid
    • adjective satellite being the one previously mentioned or spoken of
      said; aforementioned.
      • works of all the aforementioned authors
      • said party has denied the charges

  • libellous
    • adjective satellite (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
      denigrating; libelous; denigrative; denigratory; calumnious; slanderous; calumniatory; defamatory.

  • intelligible
    • adjective satellite capable of being apprehended or understood
      graspable; understandable; perceivable; apprehensible.
    • adjective well articulated or enunciated, and loud enough to be heard distinctly
      • intelligible pronunciation

  • illiberal
    • adjective satellite narrow-minded about cherished opinions
      intolerant.

  • insulted
    • noun a rude expression intended to offend or hurt
      revilement; abuse; vilification; contumely.
      • when a student made a stupid mistake he spared them no abuse
      • they yelled insults at the visiting team
    • noun a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect
      affront.
      • turning his back on me was a deliberate insult

  • ungenerous
    • adjective lacking in magnanimity
      meanspirited.
      • it seems ungenerous to end this review of a splendid work of scholarship on a critical note"- Times Litt. Sup.
      • a meanspirited man unwilling to forgive
    • adjective unwilling to spend
      stingy.
      • she practices economy without being stingy
      • an ungenerous response to the appeal for funds

  • contained
    • adjective satellite gotten under control
      • the oil spill is contained
    • verb include or contain; have as a component
      incorporate; comprise; contain.
      • A totally new idea is comprised in this paper
      • The record contains many old songs from the 1930's

  • baseless
    • adjective satellite without a basis in reason or fact
      unwarranted; groundless; idle; wild; unfounded.
      • baseless gossip
      • the allegations proved groundless
      • idle fears
      • unfounded suspicions
      • unwarranted jealousy

  • circulated
    • verb become widely known and passed on
      spread; go around.
      • the rumor spread
      • the story went around in the office
    • verb cause to become widely known
      circularise; disseminate; distribute; broadcast; spread; circularize; disperse; pass around; propagate; diffuse.
      • spread information
      • circulate a rumor
      • broadcast the news

  • scurrilous
    • adjective satellite expressing offensive reproach
      abusive; opprobrious.

  • prejudicial
    • adjective satellite (sometimes followed by `to') causing harm or injury
      detrimental; damaging; prejudicious.
      • damaging to career and reputation
      • the reporter's coverage resulted in prejudicial publicity for the defendant
    • adjective tending to favor preconceived ideas
      prejudicious.
      • the presence of discriminatory or prejudicial attitudes in the white population

  • malevolent
    • adjective satellite wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill will or hatred
      • a gossipy malevolent old woman
      • failure made him malevolent toward those who were successful
    • adjective satellite having or exerting a malignant influence
      malign; malefic; evil.
      • malevolent stars
      • a malefic force

  • hazarded
    • noun a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune
      endangerment; jeopardy; peril; risk.
      • drinking alcohol is a health hazard
    • noun an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another
      chance; fortune; luck.
      • bad luck caused his downfall
      • we ran into each other by pure chance

  • basest
    • noun installation from which a military force initiates operations
      base of operations.
      • the attack wiped out our forward bases
    • noun lowest support of a structure
      foundation; substructure; groundwork; understructure; fundament; foot.
      • it was built on a base of solid rock
      • he stood at the foot of the tower

  • derogatory
    • adjective satellite expressive of low opinion
      disparaging; derogative.
      • derogatory comments
      • disparaging remarks about the new house

  • vile
    • adjective satellite morally reprehensible
      worthless; unworthy; slimy; wretched; ugly; despicable.
      • would do something as despicable as murder
      • ugly crimes
      • the vile development of slavery appalled them
      • a slimy little liar
    • adjective satellite causing or able to cause nausea
      queasy; nauseous; offensive; loathsome; sickening; noisome; nauseating.
      • a nauseating smell
      • nauseous offal
      • a sickening stench

  • emanating
    • verb proceed or issue forth, as from a source
      • Water emanates from this hole in the ground
    • verb give out (breath or an odor)
      exhale; give forth.
      • The chimney exhales a thick smoke

  • groundless
    • adjective satellite without a basis in reason or fact
      baseless; unwarranted; idle; wild; unfounded.
      • baseless gossip
      • the allegations proved groundless
      • idle fears
      • unfounded suspicions
      • unwarranted jealousy

  • made
    • adjective satellite produced by a manufacturing process; rope and nails"
      • bought some made goods at the local store
    • verb engage in
      do; make.
      • make love, not war
      • make an effort
      • do research
      • do nothing
      • make revolution

  • vilest
    • adjective satellite morally reprehensible
      worthless; unworthy; slimy; wretched; ugly; despicable.
      • would do something as despicable as murder
      • ugly crimes
      • the vile development of slavery appalled them
      • a slimy little liar
    • adjective satellite causing or able to cause nausea
      queasy; nauseous; offensive; loathsome; sickening; noisome; nauseating.
      • a nauseating smell
      • nauseous offal
      • a sickening stench

  • tending
    • noun the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
      aid; attention; care.
      • no medical care was required
      • the old car needs constant attention
    • verb have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined
      run; incline; lean; be given; tend.
      • She tends to be nervous before her lectures
      • These dresses run small
      • He inclined to corpulence

  • libelous
    • adjective satellite (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
      denigrating; denigrative; denigratory; calumnious; slanderous; libellous; calumniatory; defamatory.

  • conveyed
    • verb make known; pass on, of information
      • She conveyed the message to me
    • verb serve as a means for expressing something
      carry; express.
      • The painting of Mary carries motherly love
      • His voice carried a lot of anger

  • veiled
    • adjective having or as if having a veil or concealing cover
      • a veiled dancer
      • a veiled hat
      • veiled threats
      • veiled insults
    • verb to obscure, or conceal with or as if with a veil
      veil.
      • women in Afghanistan veil their faces

  • hurled
    • noun a violent throw
      cast.
    • verb throw forcefully
      cast; hurtle.

  • unwarrantable
    • adjective satellite incapable of being justified or explained
      unwarranted; unjustifiable; indefensible; insupportable.

  • leveled
    • noun a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
      grade; degree.
      • a moderate grade of intelligence
      • a high level of care is required
      • it is all a matter of degree
    • noun a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
      grade; tier.
      • lumber of the highest grade

  • unsubstantiated
    • adjective satellite unsupported by other evidence
      uncorroborated.

  • directed
    • adjective satellite (often used in combination) having a specified direction
      • a positively directed vector
      • goal-directed
    • verb command with authority
      direct.
      • He directed the children to do their homework

  • crafty
    • adjective satellite marked by skill in deception
      tricky; wily; knavish; sly; slick; foxy; guileful; tricksy; dodgy; cunning.
      • cunning men often pass for wise
      • deep political machinations
      • a foxy scheme
      • a slick evasive answer
      • sly as a fox
      • tricky Dick
      • a wily old attorney

  • cast
    • noun the actors in a play
      cast of characters; dramatis personae.
    • noun container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens
      mould; mold.

  • scandalous
    • adjective satellite giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation
      shocking; shameful; disgraceful.
      • scandalous behavior
      • the wicked rascally shameful conduct of the bankrupt"- Thackeray
      • the most shocking book of its time

  • injurious
    • adjective satellite harmful to living things
      deleterious; hurtful.
      • deleterious chemical additives

  • disparaging
    • adjective satellite expressive of low opinion
      derogatory; derogative.
      • derogatory comments
      • disparaging remarks about the new house
    • verb express a negative opinion of
      pick at; disparage; belittle.
      • She disparaged her student's efforts

  • unfavourable
    • adjective not encouraging or approving or pleasing
      unfavorable.
      • unfavorable conditions
      • an unfavorable comparison
      • unfavorable comments", "unfavorable impression
    • adjective (of winds or weather) tending to hinder or oppose
      unfavorable.
      • unfavorable winds

  • nasty
    • adjective offensive or even (of persons) malicious
      awful.
      • in a nasty mood
      • a nasty accident
      • a nasty shock
      • a nasty smell
      • a nasty trick to pull
      • Will he say nasty things at my funeral?"- Ezra Pound
    • adjective satellite exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent
      tight.
      • a nasty problem
      • a good man to have on your side in a tight situation

  • highly
    • adverb to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect
      extremely.
      • highly successful
      • He spoke highly of her
      • does not think highly of his writing
      • extremely interesting
    • adverb at a high rate or wage
      • highly paid workers

  • lewd
    • adjective satellite suggestive of or tending to moral looseness
      salacious; obscene; raunchy.
      • lewd whisperings of a dirty old man
      • an indecent gesture
      • obscene telephone calls
      • salacious limericks
    • adjective satellite driven by lust; preoccupied with or exhibiting lustful desires
      lascivious; libidinous; lustful.
      • libidinous orgies

  • calculated
    • adjective satellite carefully thought out in advance
      measured; deliberate.
      • a calculated insult
      • with measured irony
    • verb make a mathematical calculation or computation
      cypher; compute; calculate; work out; reckon; cipher; figure.

  • insulting
    • adjective satellite expressing extreme contempt
      scornful; disdainful; contemptuous.
    • verb treat, mention, or speak to rudely
      diss; affront; insult.
      • He insulted her with his rude remarks
      • the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone

  • whispered
    • adjective satellite spoken in soft hushed tones without vibrations of the vocal cords
      • a long whispered conversation
    • verb speak softly; in a low voice
      whisper.

  • unfounded
    • adjective satellite without a basis in reason or fact
      baseless; unwarranted; groundless; idle; wild.
      • baseless gossip
      • the allegations proved groundless
      • idle fears
      • unfounded suspicions
      • unwarranted jealousy

  • unfavorable
    • adjective not encouraging or approving or pleasing
      unfavourable.
      • unfavorable conditions
      • an unfavorable comparison
      • unfavorable comments", "unfavorable impression
    • adjective (of winds or weather) tending to hinder or oppose
      unfavourable.
      • unfavorable winds



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