Definition of Innuendoed
1. innuendo [v] - See also: innuendo
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Literary usage of Innuendoed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Handbook of the Law of Defamation and Verbal Injury by Frank Towers Cooper (1894)
"Utterances innuendoed into imputations against a man in his trade, etc.: (a) Innuendoes of unh-tness; (6) Innuendoes of neglect of duty ; (c) Innuendoes of ..."
2. The Scots Digest of the Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland: And by John Condie Stewart Sandeman, Scotland Courts (1905)
"(1) When the word "informer" was innuendoed to mean "a man of a mean and treacherous disposition, who had been guilty of mean and treacherous acts, ..."
3. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1877)
"There are two distinct meanings which may have been innuendoed. According to one of them, the words " I will destroy this temple that is made with hands, ..."
4. Cases on the Law of Torts by Francis Hermann Bohlen (1915)
"... apparent in the light of surrounding circumstances or on the words being innuendoed. The defenders are the proprietors and publishers of the "Scotsman". ..."
5. The Law Reports. Privy Council Appeals: Cases Heard and Determined by the by Herbert Cowell, Edmund F. Moore, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1873)
"The latter words are thus innuendoed, mean- 1872 ing thereby that the Plaintiff was not a clever Lawyer or an RAINY honest man. The Letter was destroyed by ..."
6. A Digest of Cases Decided in the Sheriff Courts of Scotland Prior to 31st by George Guthrie, Scotland Sheriff Courts (1906)
"Observations on the difference between the functions of a Sheriff and a jury in cases of innuendoed slander—the Sheriff having to decide before trial both ..."