Sentences with Suggest, Suggest in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Suggest

Sentences with Suggest, Suggest in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Suggest

1. I suggest you dig here.

2. Can I offer a suggestion?

3. He made a good suggestion.

4. I’ve got a few suggestions.

5. I only have one suggestion.

6. Do you have any suggestions?

7. I have a suggestion for you.

8. Can I just make a suggestion?

9. I don’t like your suggestion.

10. I appreciate your suggestion.

11. I suggest a different approach.

12. His suggestion was not accepted.

13. Can you suggest another solution?

14. I’ve made inappropriate suggestions.

15. Steve suggested that we take a short rest.

16. I suggest you be a little more cooperative.

17. “You could say sorry” suggested Harry bluntly.

18. I was the one who suggested Tom keep a journal.

19. To do as you suggest would be out of the question.

20. If you called me, I could find you some suggestion.

21. But a new study suggests that the opposite may be true.

22. I highly suggest marriage to all my friends who are dating.

23. This software package has a suggested retail price of $147.

24. Their doctor suggested that They see a specialist in Boston.

25. If you come with a good suggestion, you will get a promotion.

26. The doctor suggested a massage for the pain in the lower back.

27. I’d like to point out some problems regarding your suggestion.

28. When Jessica suggested going out, she managed to kindly say no.

29. In suggesting gifts: Money is appropriate, and one size fits all.

30. There’s not even a suggestion of a solid. There are no absolute continuums.

31. It is false to suggest that medical breakthroughs come only through government research.

32. Gold rises and all people often buy gold for investment. Economists also suggest buying gold.

33. Hale allegedly started in the eighth grade before they suggested that all current and future W.W.

34. I was a hyper kid in school and the teacher suggested to my mom she needed to do something with me.

35. An argument fatal to the communist theory, is suggested by the fact, that a desire for property is one of the elements of our nature.

36. Do they cater to our prejudices by suggesting that we treat people outside our ethnicity, race, creed or party as unworthy of dignity and respect?

37. A man’s presence suggests what he is capable of doing to you or for you. By contrast, a woman’s presence . . . defines what can and cannot be done to her.

38. Part of the problem with the word ‘disabilities’ is that it immediately suggests an inability to see or hear or walk or do other things that many of us take for granted.

39. Clothes can suggest, persuade, connote, insinuate, or indeed lie, and apply subtle pressure while their wearer is speaking frankly and straightforwardly of other matters.