You're at the theater, midway through the movie. You turn around and tell the girl behind you, "Excuse me, but would you mind taking your phone into the lobby to finish your conversation?"
This word has Latin roots that literally mean "to curve in, to bend in, or to wind in."
"How did palm oil insinuate itself into every corner of our lives? No single innovation caused palm oil consumption to soar. Instead, it was the perfect commodity at the right moment for industry after industry, each of which adopted it to replace ingredients and never turned back."
Explain the meaning of "insinuate" without saying "imply" or "suggest."
Fill in the blanks: "The (sight, sound, smell, taste, feel, or memory of something) (had some quality), insinuating itself into (some object, container, place, conversation, or setting)."
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