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implication -- as in: the implication is that...
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  • And Jessica, noting the words and manner, caught the deeper implications in the phrase, 'the body's water.'
  • For the moment, Jessica put aside the implications of the question, answered truthfully, "No."
  • The profound implications of the word and the language were just beginning to register with her after the tension of their encounter.
  • She weighed the implications.
  • It took heavy control not to betray her shock at the implications.
  • The implications disturbed her.
  • His own eyes, he knew, had a touch of the color, but smugglers could get offworld foods and there was a subtle caste implication in the tone of the eyes among them.

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  • I object to her implication that my work was sub-standard.
  • The implication is pregnancy.
    Lorraine Hansberry  --  A Raisin in the Sun

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