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imply
used in Fast Food Nation

3 uses
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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • Speedy was the name of Alka-Seltzer's mascot, and it seemed unwise to imply any connection between the two brands.
    p. 41.4
  • "In an abundance of caution, IBP is conducting this voluntary recall?' the release said on June 23, 2000, implying that the move had been prompted mainly by a spirit of corporate generosity and good will.
    p. 214.1
  • The way the name was spoken, the long, drawn-out emphasis on the second syllable, implied that the whole idea was vaguely ridiculous.
    p. 225.3

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