verb (used with object)
- sugarloaf mountain,
Origin of suggest
Examples from the Web for suggester
Conviction is as necessary to the suggester as to his subject.
What has been lacking hitherto, was a model to build toward; something to educate eye and taste; a suggester, so to speak.Life On The Mississippi, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
That shows how good a suggester she is, interposed Heavy, calmly.Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch|Alice B. Emerson
The seventh 'Reason' against the use of tobacco is, that the devil is the discoverer and suggester of smoking.
At last Tipperary Tom again became the suggester of a scheme for dispelling the multitudinous hosts.Afloat in the Forest|Mayne Reid
verb (tr; may take a clause as object)
Word Origin for suggest
1520s, from Latin suggestus, past participle of suggerere (see suggestion). Related: Suggested; suggesting.