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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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(26) Stovall imposed a totality of the circumstances test on eyewitness identifications subject to suggestiveness to determine the permissibility of admission.
Regarding the style of the original stories, Burton continues The merit of the old stories lies in their suggestiveness and in their general acceptability.
"In Crayton, we concluded that an 'in-court identification is comparable in its suggestiveness to a showup identification,' ...
It was at this stage in the novel's composition that Conrad began the smaller-scale search for the most precise and expressive words to create what the editors describe as "greater suggestiveness and nuance" as well as "the right accent" (x).
Dirty Peters highlights several mood enhancing genres such as rock, hip hop, and jazz while riding the line of wit and ill-suited suggestiveness. The mixtape features the energy-driven nostalgic single “The BEAST Got It” which was released on September 14, 2012 and has drawn great attention to the Greensboro born band.
Our job will be to harness and bring that excitement, fun and suggestiveness to the fragrance world.
The thing is that, between straightforwardness and suggestiveness, the latter is valued much more in Chinese literary and artistic circles.
It lists nine factors jurors may consider in evaluating eyewitness identification, including "whether the identification was the product of the eyewitness' own recollection or was the result of influence or suggestiveness."
A single-line epigraph near the end of "Book Three: Romance," "It would be absurd to mistake patience for dispassion," gestures in the direction of the prose poems in "Book One: The Moonstone," teasing their titles-"Disguise," "Decorum," "Surface," "Blame"--into greater suggestiveness, the titles appearing as demure nods toward the many small mysteries surrounding human emotion and action, the everyday mysteries flowering from intention misidentified.
Quite what its suggestiveness will do to first-date innocent couples though is anyone's guess.
It was a convenient dodge but somewhere down the road the court is going to have to confront the larger issue of how far the government can and should go in curbing the use of naughty words and sexual suggestiveness on the public airways.