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imply
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Sense and Sensibility
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  • It implies everything amiable.
  • The visit of the Miss Steeles at Barton Park was lengthened far beyond what the first invitation implied.
  • I thought it had been only a joke, but so serious a question seems to imply more; and I must beg, therefore, that you will not deceive yourself any longer.
  • It was every day implied, but never professedly declared.
  • Marianne’s lips quivered, and she repeated the word "Selfish?" in a tone that implied—"do you really think him selfish?"
  • This, and the manner in which it was said, immediately brought back to her remembrance all the circumstances of his quitting that place, with the uneasiness and suspicions they had caused to Mrs. Jennings, and she was fearful that her question had implied much more curiosity on the subject than she had ever felt.

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  • She wouldn’t make a direct statement, but she implied that she supported our position.
  • She implied that she would vote with us.

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