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Definition of "implying" []

  • Present participle of imply.. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "implying" in a sentence
  • "Further, according to Ambrose3 “the word ‘owner’ is a term implying power.”a But man has no power over external things, since he can work no change in their nature."
  • "Not only are the terms "donor" and "recipient" anachronistic, but even the word "aid" itself needs to be shelved – all countries benefit from development co-operation, so a word implying charity is misleading."
  • "Space, the term implying the possibility of placing something there without displacing anything else."