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suggestiveadjective

 us   /səɡˈdʒes·tɪv, sə-/
causing you to think about something: They said they had no intention of hiding the facts, but their behavior was suggestive of the opposite.
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suggestiveadjective

uk   /səˈdʒes.tɪv/  us   /səˈdʒes.tɪv/
  • suggestive adjective (SEXUAL)

often used to describe something that makes people think about sex: Some of his lyrics are rather suggestive.
suggestively
adverb uk   /səˈdʒes.tɪv.li/  us   /səˈdʒes.tɪv.li/
(Definition of suggestive from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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