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Definition of "implied" []

  • Suggested without being stated directly. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of imply. (verb)

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Use "implied" in a sentence
  • "Another absurdity of this dogma about "implied faith" is, that where there was no power to exact an _express_ pledge, there was none to demand an _implied_ one, and where there was no power to _give_ the one, there was none to give the _other_."
  • "Even her name implied God wanted her to be his, holding Christ within it as it did."
  • "At that moment, I realized our title implied an exclusivity, like a “members-only” club."