suggestion

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  • Info Suggestion is the psychological process by which one person guides the thoughts, feelings, or behaviour of another. more...
  • He felt as though his work was being seen as a mere suggestion.
  • The suggestion was made that they allowed air flow out of the engine bay.
  • There have been many suggestions as to what the band's name really means.
  • I would make some suggestions and then go off and write the sequence.
  • The men returned home, called a town meeting and asked for suggestions.
  • His suggestion has not been taken up by other academic authorities.
  • Making as many suggestions as possible gives a player an advantage to gain information.
  • He invited suggestions from everyone but only if they were directed through him.
  • There were even suggestions that he would take over leadership of the German state.
  • There were good suggestions made and they made the game better, so we were happy to do them.
  • I do not know whether you will accept my suggestion.
  • They called back with two suggestions, one of which he used.
  • Although this suggestion has not been followed, the Stock system remains in use worldwide.
  • At the suggestion of his doctor, he took up swimming to help battle the disease.
  • It was dedicated to Gold, who made a number of suggestions during its writing.
  • New features are added to the program every few months, many of which come from user suggestions.
  • Many of this committee's ideas and suggestions were carried out but some were not.
  • It was the result of a competition for which many suggestions were entered.
  • Although this song was rejected, other outside songs and suggestions were accepted by the band.
  • They can also create their own groups of book suggestions and discussions.
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Words starting with suggestion

Meaning of suggestion

  • noun An idea that is suggested
    the picnic was her suggestion
  • noun A proposal offered for acceptance or rejection
    it was a suggestion we couldn't refuse
  • noun Persuasion formulated as a suggestion
  • noun The sequential mental process in which one thought leads to another by association