implicit

Part of speech: noun

Implicitness.

Part of speech: past tense

Implied.

Part of speech: past participle

IMPLICITLY.

Part of speech: adverb

Unquestioning.

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Usage examples "implicit":

  1. The translators have left comparatively little comment on their methods, and it may be that now and then more satisfactory principles were implicit. - "Early Theories of Translation", Flora Ross Amos.
  2. Implicit too always in the discourse was the assumption that the talker or writer in question wasn't for a moment to be expected to go there. - "The Passionate Friends", Herbert George Wells.
  3. There has been amongst us of late a new and a very dearly bought recognition of the element of struggle which seems to be implicit in all life. - "Modern Religious Cults and Movements", Gaius Glenn Atkins.