Mean to imply I make a hog of myself, eating down-town?
But they didn’t imply that you were to be impractical and refuse to take twice the value of a house if a buyer was such an idiot that he didn’t jew you down on the asking-price.
He rose quickly; he said gently to Zilla: "I suppose you imply I have a lot of sweethearts."
Ordinarily he would have been delighted at the honor implied in being chaffed, but he was suddenly touchy.
All of them agreed that the working-classes must be kept in their place; and all of them perceived that American Democracy did not imply any equality of wealth, but did demand a wholesome sameness of thought, dress, painting, morals, and vocabulary.
It isn’t generally realized that even in China the schoolmen are giving way to more practical men, and of course you can see what that implies."
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She wouldn’t make a direct statement, but she implied that she supported our position.