Word of the day

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INNUENDO
Noun
Origin:  1555-65  Latin; innuendum; a hint; nodding

DEFINITION
An indirect remark about someone or something, usually suggesting something bad or offensive; disparaging; salacious

EXAMPLES
For years there have been sex jokes and innuendos made about women in the workplace.

She found his relentless sexual innuendo irritating.

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