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connotes
used in Freakonomics

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Definition
implies or suggests
  • If you like granite, you might like the house; but even if you don't, "granite" certainly doesn't connote a fixer-upper.
    p. 72.3
  • If you or someone you love is named Cindy or Brenda and is over, say, forty, and feels that those names did not formerly connote a low-education family, you are right.
    p. 197.4

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