implicit[ im-plis-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF implicit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPLICIT
I knew your mother would be for implicit obedience in a child.
Her eyes met his, unwavering, bespeaking her implicit faith.
Implicit obedience, to the very sacrifice of his son, was the law of his life.
He had the most implicit trust in the old servant's fidelity.
The implicit obedience this autocrat commanded set them in a whirl.
Great was his confidence, implicit, sublime, ineffably Irish.
I will give you an instance, and it will serve to show my implicit confidence in yourself.
Greater in nothing is she than in the implicit credulity of her people!
His implicit faith in the Emperor's invincibility also amused me.
It is implicit in the natural development of the process of civilization.