Student Thesaurus

One entry found for suggestive.
Entry Word: suggestive
Function: adjective
Text: 1 hinting at or intended to call to mind matters regarded as indecent <making suggestive remarks to one's classmates will not be tolerated>
Synonyms bawdy, lewd, racy, ribald, salty, spicy
Related Words leering; coarse, crude, earthy, foul, gross; dirty, filthy, lascivious, nasty, obscene, pornographic, smutty, unprintable, vulgar; indecorous, unbecoming; naughty, wicked; exceptionable, objectionable, unacceptable, undesirable, unwanted, unwelcome
Near Antonyms clean, decent; innocuous, inoffensive; priggish, prim, prudish, puritanical, straitlaced (or straightlaced), Victorian; correct, decorous, genteel, polite, proper, seemly; acceptable, agreeable, desirable, pleasant, pleasing, welcome; appropriate, becoming, fit, meet, suitable; immaculate, pure, spotless
2 provoking a memory or mental association <a haunting and suggestive song about a long-lost love>
Synonyms evocative, reminiscent
Related Words eloquent, expressive, meaningful, significant; affecting, emotional, moving, poignant, stirring, touching; exciting, provocative, provoking, rousing, stimulating
3 clearly conveying a special meaning (as one's mood) <the dog's aggressive behavior is suggestive of some past mistreatment> -- see EXPRESSIVE