Etymology:[ s&g-jes-ch&n, s&-j ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman suggestioun, Old French suggestion (modern French suggestion), from Latin suggestio, from suggero (“suggest”).
Synonyms:advancement, allusion, angle, approach, association, autosuggestion, bid, big idea, bit, brainchild, breath, charge, clue, commendation, connotation, cue, exhortation, game plan, gimmick, hot lead
Antonyms:declaration, demand, order, telling
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