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innuendo
used in Gulliver's Travels

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Definition
something suggested indirectly — (often a negative comment about someone, or sexual humor)
  • When I formerly hinted to you something of this in a letter, you were pleased to answer that you were afraid of giving offence; that people in power were very watchful over the press, and apt not only to interpret, but to punish every thing which looked like an innuendo (as I think you call it).
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