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Another word for undercurrent

  1. A subtle quality underlying or felt to underlie a situation, action, or person

      1. A small, barely detectable amount of.
      2. A clue.
      3. A slight indication of a fact, wish, etc.; indirect suggestion or piece of advice; intimation; covert allusion
      1. Something implied, from which an inference may be drawn
      2. The act of implying or the condition of being implied.
      3. An indirect indication; a suggestion.
      1. A slight understanding or vague idea or notion.
      2. A slight hint or indication.
      1. A minute amount or slight indication; a trace:
      2. The state or feeling of having no confidence or certainty about something; distrust:
      3. The act or an instance of suspecting guilt, a wrong, harmfulness, etc. with little or no supporting evidence
      1. A color applied under or seen through another color.
      2. A faint or subdued color, esp. one seen through other colors, as in some glazes
      3. An implicit message perceived subtly alongside, but not detracting noticeably from, the explicit message conveyed in or by a book, film, verbal dialogue or similar (contrast with overtone); an undercurrent
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Another word for undercurrent

  1. Backflow

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  2. Direction

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  3. Indication

      1. A formal announcement or declaration
      2. The act of intimating
      3. A hint; indirect suggestion
      1. Action or remark intended to win favor
      2. The act, process, or practice of insinuating.
      3. Something insinuated, especially an artfully indirect, often derogatory suggestion.
      1. An act of researching or ascertaining the origin or location of something:
      2. The traced record of a recording instrument
      3. Evidence or an indication of the former presence or existence of something; a vestige:
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