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Word: intimate

Definition: hint; suggest; imply; ADJ: marked by close relationship; familiar; private; personal; Ex. intimate knowledge/thoughts in the diary; N: close friend or confidant; CF. intimacy


Sentences Containing 'intimate'

"Excuse me," he said, "but it is not my custom to discuss my most intimate personal affairs in this public manner."
"Him that I've know'd so intimate so many years, and like so much.
"I am divulging myself a little more on this album, and it's definitely much more intimate.
At the end of the book Vittoria and Robert have intimate relations, but no details are given.
Bac often drew pictures of models posing for artists that suggested an intimate relationship.
Brandy: An Intimate Look is a look at Brandy, as shared by a personal friend of hers.
But I was his intimate; and I took care to make the intimacy grow.
Can his most intimate friends be so excessively deceived in him?
Chapter5Within a short walk of Longbourn lived a family with whom the Bennets were particularly intimate.
Feeling that his honor has been slighted, he refuses to have intimate relations with her.
For which reason also such actions are termed katorqwseiz to intimate the directness of the way, by which they are achieved.
He was his father's intimate and constant companion and inherited from him his early literary enthusiasm.
He was most highly esteemed by Mr. Darcy, a most intimate, confidential friend.
Her photographs are described as a way to “learn the stories and intimate details of those closet to her”.
I do not at all comprehend her reason for wishing to be intimate with me; but if the same circumstances were to happen again, I am sure I should be deceived again.
I was not aware that you were so intimate with her.''
In all good art the matter expressed and the manner of its expression are so intimate as to have become one.
In time, the guard and the escort became intimate.
Inside, the ground floor salon is an intimate and versatile space with seating for up to one hundred.
Intimate as you are, you must know how it is to be done.''
Intimate, erotic, and very, very sweet."
It can be concluded that horticulture happens when people are in intimate, intensive contact with plants.
It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art.
It was not until 1968 that "Washtenaw County" began a more intimate association with the war in Vietnam.
It was of a man, who had murdered one of that gentleman’s intimate acquaintance.
It's an intimate live performance where people can hear raw vocals and instrumentation with amplification."
Jackson talks about experiencing an intimate moment over a long period of time.
Simon chose to set the show in Baltimore because of his intimate familiarity with the city.
Some furnished intimate physical details.
The eldest of them, a sensible, intelligent young woman, about twenty seven, was Elizabeth's intimate friend.
The Intimate Miss Christy is a 1963 June Christy album.
The invalid's eye remained fixed, by which expression he intended to intimate that his resolution was unalterable.
The latter he was intimate with, and affectionately embraced.
The music video was directed by Chris Cunningham and featured two intimate robots.
The swan is caressing her on her most intimate area with its neck cradled between her breasts.
They came, and then, pointing to the bronze pedestal, I tried to intimate my wish to open it.
This intimate portrait reveals Millet's poetic side.
This is my intimate friend and associate, Dr. Watson, before whom you can speak as freely as before myself.
To do this, the player needs to go around talking with her friends and possibly getting intimate with them as well.
Two people in intimate private conversation were until recently said to be "closetted".
was at Brussels that he would meet Erasmus as well, becoming the intimate friend of both scholars.
When he met her, she supposedly knew intimate details about him and that he had asked for her help, and she told him that he had prayed to the Lord for him.
Why, Edmond Dantes and myself were intimate friends!''
With the Gardiners, they were always on the most intimate terms.
You've not been intimate with Mr. Wickfield, I think, Mr. Traddles?
``I assure you he is my most intimate friend, and M. de Chateau Renaud has also the honor of his acquaintance.''
``Somewhat; I know Lavoisier, and was the intimate friend of Cabanis.''
``Then let them explain themselves; you should give the father a hint, you are so intimate with the family.''
``Who told you we were intimate, Maximilian?''
``Yes, but girls tell each other secrets without being particularly intimate; own, now, that you did question her on the subject.

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