implication

Part of speech: noun

The act of implying; deduction; something implied.

Part of speech: noun

An entanglement.

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Usage examples "implication":

  1. There can be no implication against the constitution. - "Monopolies and the People", D. C. Cloud.
  2. The implication of a rapid advance is to be understood merely as relative to their usual rate of procedure. - "The Passionate Elopement", Compton Mackenzie.
  3. But Adams wrote from Holland that he also disapproved the unusual form of the commission, though a commission to treat with envoys of " the United States of America" would satisfy him, as a sufficient implication of independence without an explicit preliminary acknowledgment of it. - "Benjamin Franklin", John Torrey Morse, Jr..