English words and Examples of Usage
use "insipid" in a sentence
Critics view it as an insipid
alternative to "Merry Christmas", and view it as diminishing the role of Christianity in Christmas, or part of an allege
d secular " War on Christmas ".
performance led to a 2-0 defeat against SNC, a game where Kelsey and Hounslow had a
that Becca is having an affair with Justin.
Greengrass, 56-57; Mousnier, 119. The Spanish ambassador in Paris had instructions to "insinuate
cleverly" the rights of the Infanta to the French throne.
Noman Hanif concludes in one of his papers; "Attempts by US think tanks to insinuate
a link between Hizb ut-Tahrir and terrorism in order to frame it under the war on terror have conclusively failed."
Geduld Gottesman 1970, p. 281 Eisenstein hoped to pressure the Sinclairs to insinuate
themselves between him and Stalin, so Eisenstein could finish the film in his own way.
After the Second World War he fought fourteen successful libel actions against individuals and newspapers unwise enough to insinuate
that he had ever been a traitor, or anti-British.
The British-Irish are not the same as a town, or a street, or some student bedsit, as my polemical opponents insinuate
Given power's pervasiveness and its capacity to insinuate
itself into all manner of relations and situations (even the most intimate and depoliticized), the maximalist stance involves a relentless interrogation of every aspect of daily life.
He put them there to insinuate
that Elgar was overwearied and not right in the head when he forsook the sketches.
But here in the West, politicians have failed to explain how the ISIS phenomenon is more dangerous than al-Qaeda, with its calculated efforts to insinuate
agents into Western countries and its ambitious mass-casualty attacks.
First, they violated a cultural taboo against graphic depictions of Muhammad and, at the same time, used the caricatures to insinuate
that the prophet (and, by implication, all Muslims) was an agent of mass murder.
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