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Gone with the Wind
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  • Mammy brought up tempting trays, insinuating that now she was a widow she might eat as much as she pleased, but Scarlett had no appetite.
  • How can you even insinuate such things?
  • "Mrs. Meade, you can’t be insinuating that there’s ever been anything between those two!"
  • To insinuate that poor Frank would—
  • I—I’ve been insinuating that your husband is not a gentleman and my own words have proved that I’m not one.
  • She’d insinuate the truth to Ashley somehow.
  • Ashley knew that half the people present had never heard of Purgatory and those who had would take it as a personal affront, if he insinuated, even in prayer, that so fine a man as Mr. O’Hara had not gone straight to Heaven.

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  • Hester bristled: "Are you insinuating—"
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • It’s like I’m insinuating we’re a team.
    Colleen Hoover  --  Slammed

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