31/JAN/2006 3:32 AM
According to Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Online, Innuendo means:
innuendo plural innuendoes or innuendos [uncountable and countable]
a remark that suggests something sexual or unpleasant without saying it directly, or these remarks in general [double entendre]
His writing is full of sexual innuendoes.
a campaign based on rumour, innuendo, and gossip
[double entendre]: [countable]
a word or phrase that may be understood in two different ways, one of which is often sexual
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