Synonyms for implicated

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This was a clear case of mutiny, and the only one in which I was ever implicated.

He recollected that Ingram was implicated in the recital and could not be kept out.

Rossi in particular, whom he has implicated in a serious conspiracy.

The woman, however, was not implicated, and her reputed lover escaped.

Escaping, he was believed to be a rebel spy, and so implicated you.

The woman had been implicated in intrigue and treachery ever since.

"He did not dare to do so openly, lest he himself should be implicated," replied the German.

The Master of Lovat was implicated, as we have shown, in the troubles of 1745.

England has implicated us too in wars which redounded to her sole advantage.

On the other side, individual interests were not implicated in the decision at all.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "to convey in a fable;" c.1600, "intertwine, wreathe," from Latin implicatus, past participle of implicare "to involve, entwine" (see implication). Meaning "involve a person in a crime, charge, etc.," is from 1797. Related: Implicated; implicating.

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