suggest, v. 1. mention, bring up, propose, introduce, submit, offer, proffer; put forward, advance, propound, Inf. toss or throw out; counsel, advise, offer an opinion, recommend, advocate.
2. intimate, hint, imply, insinuate, lead one to believe, Inf give one to understand, Inf. put a bug or flea in one's ear.
suggestion, n. 1. idea, thought, proposal, proposition; advice, counsel, opinion, recommendation; word to the wise, tip, pointer, helpful hint, Inf. steer or steer in the right direction; implication, insinuation, intimation, innuendo, Rhet. paralipsis.
2. slight trace, hint, touch, tinge, shade, suspicion, soup$on, sprinkling, dash,
suggestive, adj. 1. indicative of, redolent of, reminiscent of, remindful of.
2. provocative, provoking, stimulative, stimulating, evocative, evoking.
3. indecent, obscene, risque, racy, off-color, dirty, smutty; vulgar, ribald, bawdy, gross, low, Sl. gutter, coarse, earthy, rude, crude, offensive, tasteless; pornographic, blue, Sl. raunchy, salacious, lewd.
suicidal, adj. 1. self-destructive, despondent, dangerously depressed.
2. lethal, deadly, Kamikaze; dangerous, full of risk, too risky, hazardous, perilous, unsafe; reckless, wanton, wild, desperate, madcap, daring, death-defying, foolhardy, harebrained; impetuous, headlong, breakneck, rash, temerarious,
suicide, n. 1. self-murder, self-destruction, felo-de-se; self-immolation, hara-kiri, seppuku, suttee, Sl. brodie.
2. self-murderer, self-killer, self-executioner.
-v. 3. kill oneself, Sl. take a brodie, Sl. take a dive, Sl. take the gas, Sl. take a powder, Sl. do oneself in, Sl. pack it in.
suit, n. 1. set of clothes, matched outfit, outfit, ensemble; costume, Inf. getup, Inf. rig; turnout, best clothes, best bib and tucker, Inf. Sunday clothes, Inf. Sunday best, Inf. Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes, Sl. heavy threads, Sl. glad rags; business suit, grey flannel suit, Brooks Brothers uniform; tuxedo, Inf. tails; uniform, livery, regimentals.
2. courtship, addresses, attentions; wooing, pursuit, courting, court; Sl. the make.
3. lawsuit, case, action at law; trial, process, litigation, proceeding, cause, judicial contest.
4. petition, entreaty, request, requisition, application, address; supplication, obsecration, obtestation, impetration, solicitation, invocation, adjuration, im-ploration, beseechment, Eccles. rogation; plea, prayer, orison, appeal.
5. follow suit comply, go along, concur; be conventional, be regular, run with the herd or pack, swim with the current, follow the crowd, follow the fashion;