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Definition of innuendo noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[countable, uncountable] (pl. innuendoes or innuendos) (disapproving)
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an indirect remark about someone or something, usually suggesting something bad or offensive; the use of remarks like this innuendoes about her private life The song is full of sexual innuendo.
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