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(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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599 Broadway is a 12-story prewar column-free building famous for artist Forrest Myers' suggestively functional sculpture of I-beams jutting out from the Houston Street facade.
THERE was something familiar about the sexy, blonde stripper, gyrating suggestively round the brass pole in the centre of the club's stage.
The didactic tone tends to override the romance inherent in the suggestively painted scenes and the red conte crayonesque detailed drawings.
To bring that elusive single view of the customer into the desktops of customer-facing professionals, a first requirement is to focus information streams from many sources suggestively," said Hadley Reynolds, Director of Research at Delphi Group, Boston, MA.
Johansson then takes off the bathrobe revealing a tight black dress and suggestively sucks on a straw saying "Sorry, Coke and Pepsi" and that line is to be cut from the commercial.
By stripping to her flesh-toned latex underwear and gyrating suggestively on a very married Robin Thicke, she confirmed what the world had long suspected - her Hannah Montana days are well and truly over.
I could understand there might be a furore if I had jumped in with no top on and flirted suggestively with someone.
Inside Abbey, 25 - a lookalike for Tom's second wife Nicole Kidman - presses a breast against the star's naked chest as Edita, 23, holds a bottle of Jack Daniels suggestively against his crotch.
WITH her emerald green dress sliding suggestively off one shoulder and cut to reveal just enough bosom, she looks like a glamorous leading lady promoting a 1940s film.
Marie Antoinette impersonators swarm wanly over scenes of baroque decadence as the inevitable sweet-toothed leading lady--when will a suggestively shaped luxury ice cream be marketed at gay men?
Megan, 22, milked every second in the spotlight, licking her lips and poking her tongue out suggestively.
But she's not letting on how the advert for the Birmingham chocolate giant will look - except to say it won't be a repeat of earlier themes, such as a girl in a poppy field, suggestively tucking into the "crumbliest, flakiest" chocolate.