suggest

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  • A further line serving the south of the city has also been suggested.
  • The broadcast suggested that the nation was not ready for something more serious.
  • She also briefly suggests that all men and women should be represented in government.
  • His friends suggested he should paint the things he loved the most.
  • It has been suggested that it occurs at a very low level in humans.
  • This does not by any means suggest that we should give up our own advantage for nothing.
  • Some suggested various industrial activities around the Dead Sea might need to be reduced.
  • This suggests that fear can develop in both conditions, not just simply from personal history.
  • It had been suggested that education has a positive impact on support for same sex marriage.
  • However, there was no evidence to suggest that this software was actually used.
  • However, she does suggest in the books that he is generally an effective teacher.
  • It also suggests that the book be destroyed after first reading.
  • Other stories, though, suggest the meeting happened on another day, and perhaps under other circumstances.
  • Some research suggests a child's moral self starts to develop around age three.
  • It has been suggested that members of Congress are not officers of the United States.
  • However, common sense suggests the non-existence of such things as fictional characters or places.
  • Anyone may suggest that a specific name be considered by a task group.
  • This suggests that the name may have a common ancient origin.
  • Previously, the two lakes formed a single lake, as the name still suggest.
  • He suggested that the world would be a better place if women were involved in the political sphere.
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Meaning of suggest

  • verb Imply as a possibility
    The evidence suggests a need for more clarification
  • verb Call to mind
    this remark evoked sadness