For months Donald Whiting had obeyed Linda implicitly and instantly.
"You spoke a while ago as if you didn't trust him implicitly," she said.
He was implicitly trusted by all, even by Hatteras, who cherished a deep affection for him.
He had no intention of trusting too implicitly to that loudly proclaimed fatigue.
But my reader may not have retained in her memory the facts to which I implicitly refer.
As a rule, I believe in the rotation of callers as implicitly as I do in the rotation of crops.
Beyond this, I implicitly believe they had no motive nor plan.
"You don't believe too implicitly in humanity," said Sir Within, smiling.
I implicitly accepted his words, and agreed to set out immediately.
"I trust you implicitly, Captain Lingard," he added, in a louder tone.