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See definition of connoted on Dictionary.com
  • as inassumed
  • as inimplied

synonyms for connoted

  • accepted
  • granted
  • presumed
  • conjectured
  • given
  • hypothesized
  • inferred
  • postulated
  • presupposed
  • supposed
  • surmised
  • understood
  • counted on
  • hypothetical
  • suppositional
  • tacit
  • taken as known
  • taken for granted
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antonyms for connoted

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  • genuine
  • natural
  • real
  • unassumed
  • unexpected
  • explicit
  • open
  • expressed
  • stated
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How to use connoted in a sentence

In emails and social media, the greater frequency of negatively connoted words when you wrote about him, the lack of likes and hearts on his posts.
DARK SPACES ON THE MAPKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
With gaud and gaudy, which are the same words as good and cadi, may be connoted gaudeo the Latin for I rejoice.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
The date palm may be connoted with the ded pillar, and the triple-fronded date of Myken with the trindod or drindod of Britain.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
The willow tree (Welsh helygen), which grows essentially by the water-side, may be connoted with wallow.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Fortuna is radically for, and with the Fortunes or fates may be connoted the English fairies known as Portunes.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Physical sluggishness and moral vacuum are not simultaneously connoted by them.
EMPIRES AND EMPERORS OF RUSSIA, CHINA, KOREA, AND JAPANPTER VAY
And now, having thus subtly connoted the character of our villain, let us proceed with our narrative.
BY ADVICE OF COUNSELARTHUR TRAIN
That small, almost useless pile on the floor connoted a terrible drug famine for the human race.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, JUNE, 1931VARIOUS
But Challis forgot the rectory and all that it connoted before he was well outside the rectory's front door.
THE WONDERJ. D. BERESFORD
Such an event can hardly be "celebrated," for it connoted too much of misery and human sorrow.
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY, VOLUME 4, 1919VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CONNOTED

  • accepted
  • conjectured
  • connoted
  • counted on
  • given
  • granted
  • hypothesized
  • hypothetical
  • inferred
  • postulated
  • presumed
  • presupposed
  • supposed
  • suppositional
  • surmised
  • tacit
  • taken as known
  • taken for granted
  • understood
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.