To make an indirect hint
imply, suggest, intimate; see hint, mention, propose 1, refer 2.
To introduce slowly or artfully
infuse, instill, ingratiate, slip in, sneak in, worm in, work in, edge in, ease in, insert gradually, infiltrate, inject, maneuver, foist oneself, horn in*, muscle in*; see also instill.
Antonyms push*, dash, crowd. See syn. study at suggest.suggest.
"insinuate." YourDictionary, n.d. Web. 17 June 2019. <https://thesaurus.yourdictionary.com/INSINUATE>.
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To introduce gradually and slyly:
To convey an idea by indirect, subtle means:
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