imply

Part of speech: past tense

Implied.

Part of speech: past participle

To involve or intimate ( a meaning not expressed); signify; import.

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Usage examples "imply":

  1. Not, at least, in the sense you imply." - "Flowing Gold", Rex Beach.
  2. Such an acceptance would imply a lack of spirit, to say the least. - "The Untroubled Mind", Herbert J. Hall.
  3. Naturally, we have no right to imply that nothing of consequence can happen in wild and strange places. - "Seeing Things at Night", Heywood Broun.