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suggestive
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
tending to bring to mind

(When the thing brought to mind is not clear from context, it is often sex.)
  • Below the garden a green field lush with clover sloped down to the hollow where the brook ran and where scores of white birches grew, upspringing airily out of an undergrowth suggestive of delightful possibilities in ferns and mosses and woodsy things generally.
    Chapter 4 — Morning at Green Gables (14% in)

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