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imply
used in Northanger Abbey

2 uses
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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • He might be jealous of her brother as a rival, but if more had seemed implied, the fault must have been in her misapprehension.
    Chapter 19 (22% in)
  • She feared General Tilney did not like her appearance: she found it was implied in his preventing her admittance to his daughter, rather than postpone his own walk a few minutes.
    Chapter 12 (79% in)

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