1. hint; imply; slyly suggest
1. When you say that I might have difficulty understanding your books, are you trying to insinuate that I'm stupid?
2. stealthily and surreptitiously introduce something (usually oneself) into something; sneak something (usually oneself) into something
2. At the party, I managed to slowly insinuate myself into the group surrounding the great writer.
in (in)#sinuare (to wind, bend, curve) (Latin)
IN (not)+SIGN. without any signal i. e indirectly hint or imply. when i snatched the cadbuary 4m my small bros hand and ate it my atomach started paining as if its HINTING /IMPLYING to me that:"IN SIN U ATE. ". :) in (sign) ate