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sug·ges·tive

(sŭg-jes'tiv),
Relating to suggestion.

suggestive

(sŭg-jes′tĭv)
1. Pert. to or stimulating suggestion.
2. Indicative. Said of certain signs, symptoms or laboratory findings that point toward, but do not completely affirm, a diagnosis.
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Teens admit that sending or posting sexually suggestive content has an impact on their behavior.
The militant solon said major retailers should screen its merchandise from suggestive and sexist messages that "are harmful to women and foment violence, bullying, voyeurism, unsafe nonconsensual sex and other antiwomen acts.
H2 = The brand extension with suggestive name is better assessed than the brand extension with arbitrary name when the perceived similarity of the MM and ME service is high (high vs.
The study has revealed that 55 percent of the respondents have received a suggestive image, while 31 percent have sent one and 9 percent have forwarded a sext.
The topic of discussion this month is suggestive selling, with the goal of increasing basket size.
Your e-lover was one of those pervs who preys on women and tricks them into sending suggestive pics of themselves.
Starting treatment for multiple sclerosis when the first suggestive neurologic event occurred led to better outcomes in disease progression and long-term cognitive function, compared with patients whose initial treatment was deferred, based on findings from 5-year follow-up of randomized treatment in 358 patients.
A RAUNCHY pub marketing campaign aimed at students, which features "spank bats" with suggestive comments, has incurred the wrath of Walsall Council trading standards officers.
The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television said the ban covers adverts featuring suggestive language or behavior, or those showing scantily-clad women.
I do not want my child to look like a mini Daisy Duke, nor do I want her wearing T-shirts with suggestive comments on them (again, the only thing that seems to be available) or mini size maternity smocks.
Nevertheless, although the argument is not as nuanced as I would prefer, I found the book highly suggestive, and am convinced that historians can learn a great deal from it.