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imply
used in Anna Karenina

3 uses
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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • When the visitors had gone, Mihailov sat down opposite the picture of Pilate and Christ, and in his mind went over what had been said, and what, though not said, had been implied by those visitors.
    Part Five (35% in)
  • And their happiness in their love seemed to imply a disagreeable slur on those who would have liked to feel the same and could not—and they felt a prick of conscience.
    Part Six (13% in)
  • "Eyes like what?" said Kitty, trying as conscientiously as possible to recall every word and gesture of that evening and every shade implied in them.
    Part Six (19% in)

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