Meaning of insinuendo in English:

insinuendo

nouninsinuendos

informal, humorous
another term for insinuation
‘Despite the insinuendo in the book, Denis accompanied his wife of 19 years to her reading.’
another term for insinuation
‘He draws us in with poignant songs of penetrating insinuendo, closer to our hearts than we care to admit.’

Origin

Late 19th century blend of insinuation and innuendo.

Pronunciation

insinuendo

/ɪnˌsɪnjʊˈɛndəʊ/