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imply
used in Catch-22

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Definition to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • To say there was nothing he could do would suggest he would do something if he could and imply the existence of an error of injustice in Colonel Korn's policy.
    Chapter 9 -- Major Major Major Major (**% in)
  • We're implying that we could schedule a parade if we chose to.
    Chapter 29 -- Peckem (52% in)

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