Definition of "innuendo"
  1. An indirect hint or insinuation often used in defamation cases that can potentially harm a person's reputation
How to use "innuendo" in a sentence
  1. He lost his job due to an innuendo about his professional conduct circulating in the office.
  2. Her political career was tainted by an innuendo that she had accepted bribes.
  3. An innuendo about his academic credentials cast doubts on his qualification.

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