Synonyms for Suggestive:

adj.

bawdy (adjective)
indecent.
eloquent (adjective)
meaningful.
erotic (adjective)
romantic, sensual, amorous.
expressive (adjective)
representative.
representative (adjective)
symbolic.
suggestive (adjective)
indecent, expressive, racy, provocative, intriguing, evocative, indicative, symbolic, significative, symptomatic, redolent, ribald, obscene.

n.

animal, intriguing, intimate, romantic, symbolic, amorous, sensual, redolent, evocative. vulgar, dim, provocative, racy, elusive, blurred, faint, catchy, dimly, commemorative, obscene, foggy, ribald, etched, indecent, conscious. conclusive, circumstantial, supporting, inadmissible, corroborative, the proof of the pudding (is in the eating), documentary, reflective. suggestive (noun)
implicational, significative, meaningful, suggestive of, indicative, connotative, implicative.

Other synonyms:

amorous, inadmissible, corroborative, conclusive, circumstantial. supporting, indecent, racy, provocative. documentary, reflective, animal. intimate. romantic. sensual. suggestive
redolent, evocative.
Other relevant words:
supporting, provocative, commemorative, racy, circumstantial, etched, obscene, documentary, symbolic, meaningful, intriguing, suggestive of, elusive, conscious, indecent, dim, faint, significative, vulgar, sensual, animal, implicative, redolent, inadmissible, implicational, catchy, evocative, dimly, amorous, intimate, corroborative, reflective, foggy, blurred, connotative, conclusive, romantic, ribald.

Usage examples for suggestive

  1. In every instance the student should discover the source of the figure and determine definitely whether or not his author is accurate and suggestive – Burke's Speech on Conciliation with America by Edmund Burke
  2. " This struck me as a very suggestive fact. – The Mystery of 31 New Inn by R. Austin Freeman
  3. He was in a mood to recognize opportunities, and the unprotected condition of Algernon's desk was suggestive – The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted by Katharine Ellis Barrett