|Origin:||, past participle of insinuare, from sinuare 'to bend, curve'|
to say something which seems to mean something unpleasant without saying it openly, especially suggesting that someone is being dishonest [= imply]
Are you insinuating that the money was stolen?
What are you trying to insinuate?
to gradually gain someone's love, trust etc by pretending to be friendly and sincere:
He managed to insinuate his way into her affections.
insinuate yourself into something
He insinuated himself into Mehmet's confidence.
to move yourself or a part of body into a place:
a large cat insinuated itself through the gap