Commentary: Syntax is: NP1[(agent)] SUGGEST NP2 (see last example for non-agentive NP subject)
NOTE: compare carefully to sense 2; here, in sense 1, the SCOMP refers to a possible future course of action that is recommended. See commentary for sense 2.
Feel free to suggest something else.
I want to suggest an answer from a slightly different perspective.
He couldn't do the job himself but he suggested that John might.
Such a crime suggests apt punishment.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 4
Commentary: Syntax is: NP1 SUGGEST NP2
NOTE: compare carefully to sense 1; here, in sense 2, the SCOMP refers to a proposition that the suggester likely believes to be true, not to a possible recommendation. See commentary for sense 1.
Are you suggesting that I am not doing my job?
A long silence suggested that everyone who wanted to speak had spoken.
I am not suggesting the deal is off, but we may need to renegotiate.
Declining catches suggest the area is overfinished.
The evidence suggests a need for more clarification.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3, 2
The sound of the flute is meant to suggest the rippling of a brook.
This ring-like symbol suggests unity.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 5