- You'll never get the money back again.
- There was more than a hint of sadness in his voice.
- There were subtle hints in his letter.
- The second of the four Hindu classes, responsible for upholding justice and social harmony. In ancient India this was the royal or warrior class; in modern India, the professional, governing, or military class.
- The hinged rear door of a hatchback.
- One could imagine her giving Pavlova a few hints on dancing because she had been such a success as a skirt-dancer at bazaars in her youth.
- His endless talking hinders me from my study.
- He hinted to me that I shouldn't speak so loudly.
- Their hints about his behaviour were (like) water off a duck's back.
- Everything hinges on the outcome of these talks.
- He made some pictures of the divinities of Hinduism.
- She is much larger than the others and her hind half is very big because it is full of eggs.
- He hinted darkly that we had not heard the last of the matter.
- If you wanted me to go why didn't you say so in plain English instead of making vague hints?
- Don't let me hinder you from going.