Meanwhile, the BBC plays in the background, "a gravy of words that the intimates dipped into when their conversation ran dry."
Instead, check out Sutherland's Christmas moment of self-awareness, in which he intimates the true source of his debauchery.
German intimates company Blush Berlin mentioned Snowden and the NSA in a playful new promotion.
Her intimates line of hosiery was also innovative in its technology and color palette.
So great and effective was the opposition of Freud and his intimates, however, that the book never appeared in public view.
When a pullet is ready to lay she intimates the event by a joyous and easy soft note.
It was somewhat of an old argument, for the two were intimates.
But he was a loyal friend, affectionate to his intimates, gracious in his manners, blameless in all the relations of life.
In all our accounts of him he is represented as surrounded with intimates.
The King was bored and retired to talk of the next ballet and to play the guitar with his intimates.
1630s, "closely acquainted, very familiar," from Late Latin intimatus, past participle of intimare "make known, announce, impress," from Latin intimus "inmost" (adj.), "close friend" (n.), superlative of in "in" (see in- (2)). Used euphemistically in reference to women's underwear from 1904. Related: Intimately.
"suggest indirectly," 1530s, back-formation from intimation, or else from Late Latin intimatus, past participle of intimare. Related: Intimated; intimating.
1650s, "person with whom one is intimate," from intimate (adj.).