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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

4 uses
  • "I trust my husband implicitly, Officer Miller," she said softly.
    16 — Love and Duty (34% in)
  • It had not taken Hodge long to see what no doubt he'd been subtly aware of all his life, that those who called his father an idealist were snatching at words to express a feeling that had nothing to do with the word they happened to get hold of: the old man was in blunt truth superior, an implicit condemnation of men who were not; in short, a source of unrest.
    3 — Lion Emerging from Cage (20% in)
  • I believed in it implicitly, and as an ophthalmologist—hah! you see, my profession's slipped out!
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (83% in)
  • Luke had known, as if the knowledge were implicit in the trees and sky, knowledge beyond mere words or even feelings, that all their high and narrow hopes were doomed: each would glide toward the other one's death as the two sides of the pond glided gently and relentlessly toward the grassy outlet where the streams crossed and fell away to the river.
    22 — Luke (24% in)

There are no more uses of "implicit" in The Sunlight Dialogues.

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