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- n. Common misspelling of innuendo.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See innuendo.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An erroneous spelling of innuendo, 2.
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Barely 1/2 year into a 4 year term and subject to rumor, inuendo, and outright lies from the Republican camp will drive anyone's favorable ratings down.
Every single post is no longer going to be a simple and discreet observation but will now be riddled with inuendo and attempts at something witty.
Instead of telling lies and blasting inuendo, maybe you should be thanking Barack Obama for saving your butt.
All the inuendo, sexual references and “clean” profanity is an attempt by the weirdos in california to corrupt our kids.
They will both stretch the truth beyond any possibility of repair, spread inuendo, rumors and hints decrying their opponents faith, their sexuality, their conservative credentials and their honesty.
NEVER reflect the the truth of be accurate and I will just have to live with that, But, I will not accept or condone the intentional damaging of my reputation via conjecture, jelousy, inuendo and all of those other adjectives that are fitting in this case.
These are not threats or inuendo (such as the statements and accusations of xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx).
If their mission is to raise awareness of the evils of sexual violence and rape, then come up with a slogan that hits to the point, not some inuendo that can be mis-construed.
I, definitely not a Clinton supporter, felt that the Vanity article was too much inuendo, a trashy article, and totally unneccessary.
To me it came across as a lot of hearsay and inuendo.