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imply
used in Politics and the English Language

4 uses
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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • The defense of the English language implies more than this, and perhaps it is best to start by saying what it does NOT imply.
  • The defense of the English language implies more than this, and perhaps it is best to start by saying what it does NOT imply.
  • Nor does it even imply in every case preferring the Saxon word to the Latin one, though it does imply using the fewest and shortest words that will cover one's meaning.
  • Nor does it even imply in every case preferring the Saxon word to the Latin one, though it does imply using the fewest and shortest words that will cover one's meaning.

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