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Definitionto suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
- 'Have you been listening at the door, Edgar?' asked the mistress, in a tone particularly calculated to provoke her husband, implying both carelessness and contempt of his irritation.Chapter 11 (53% in)
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