Etymology
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suggestive (adj.)

1630s, "conveying a hint," from suggest + -ive. From 1888 specifically as a faintly euphemistic reference to proposals of indecent behavior. Related: Suggestively; suggestiveness.

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Definitions of suggestive

suggestive (adj.)
tending to suggest or imply;
artifacts suggestive of an ancient society
Synonyms: implicative
suggestive (adj.)
(usually followed by `of') pointing out or revealing clearly;
Synonyms: indicative / indicatory / revelatory / significative
suggestive (adj.)
tending to suggest something improper or indecent;
a suggestive nod
suggestive poses
From wordnet.princeton.edu