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innuendo
used in The Mill on the Floss

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something suggested indirectly — (often a negative comment about someone, or sexual humor)
  • With this cutting innuendo, Tom jumped down from his bough, and threw a stone with a "hoigh!" as a friendly attention to Yap, who had also been looking on while the eatables vanished, with an agitation of his ears and feelings which could hardly have been without bitterness.
    1.6 -- Book 1 Chapter 6 -- The Aunts and Uncles Are Coming (41% in)

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