implied[ im-plahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF implied
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There was an implied crime-partnership in her glance which revolted him.
Crane must know that it was his implied desires that had led up to the stopping of Lucretia.
He had felt a moral superiority in denying the implied bad habits.
Day after day, she was ridiculed for what implied no blame, and admitted of no remedy.
It was a species of punctuation, and implied that Mr. Morgan had finished his remark.
By which is implied a right to disapprove, if they think fit.
And for the time the full import of what that implied did not dawn upon him.
This was said with a smile which implied—or Hugh thought it did—'fail to do so at your peril!'
She felt what they implied, the moment afterwards, and said no more.
This is implied in the birds, some in flocks, some solitary, which fly about anywhere and everywhere.