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imply
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
to suggest or say indirectly — possibly as a logical consequence
  • They will imply a lot, ladies and gentlemen, but they can prove nothing.
    p. 515.7
  • They can imply, infer, exaggerate, and use all manner of loose language.
    p. 165.9
  • "Only Lettie knows that," Herschel replied, implying, of course, the obvious.
    p. 301.7
  • Then he can slant and twist and imply that I've somehow stalled the October DUI case, and that if I had not done so, then Simeon's driver's license would have been yanked by the court and he wouldn't be driving.
    p. 375.9
  • Lanier couldn't prove it by a preponderance of evidence, but he could certainly imply it in a powerful way.
    p. 398.6
  • The story that accompanied the photo made no mention of Jake Brigance, primarily because Jake had threatened Dumas and the newspaper with a libel suit if it even remotely implied that he represented Simeon.
    p. 402.9
  • There was mention of the old but still pending DUI charge from the previous October, but Dumas did not pursue it or imply that it had been improperly handled.
    p. 403.0

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