Sir Thomas’s look implied, "On your judgment, Edmund, I depended; what have you been about?"
Had you seen her so, Mary, you would not have implied the possibility of her power over my heart ever ceasing.
And, and—we think very differently of the nature of women, if they can imagine a woman so very soon capable of returning an affection as this seems to imply.
…one making the use of the other so evidently reasonable that the Miss Bertrams, with every superiority in their own apartments which their own sense of superiority could demand, were entirely approving it; and Mrs. Norris, having stipulated for there never being a fire in it on Fanny’s account, was tolerably resigned to her having the use of what nobody else wanted, though the terms in which she sometimes spoke of the indulgence seemed to imply that it was the best room in the house.
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She wouldn’t make a direct statement, but she implied that she supported our position.