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imply
used in Main Street

3 uses
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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • He smiled at Kennicott, to imply that whatever he might say in the stress of being witty was not to count against him in the commercio-medical warfare.
    Chapter 4 (64% in)
  • Are you by any chance implying that I am not economical?
    Chapter 14 (55% in)
  • Cy had obtained a pint of whisky; he said that he didn't remember where he had got it; Mrs. Bogart implied that Fern had given it to him; Fern herself insisted that he had stolen it from a farmer's overcoat—which, Mrs. Bogart raged, was obviously a lie.
    Chapter 32 (16% in)

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