We are accustomed to think of suffering as implying the possibility of joy.
(implying that if he delighted in censure he might have abundant opportunity of finding fault).
They could not, as they put it, doubt their own eyesight, implying that they would do so if they could.
And he made a strange and significant gesture, implying violence.
And then the cunning stroke of implying that her sister was not indisposed to listen to me.
Than and as implying comparison have the same case after as before them.
Much reason for that But, implying a previous contradiction—on the Avenue's part?
The young man smiled and shook his head, implying that he did not understand.
"Ou, weel," said Sam'l, implying that a man must take these things as they come.
He had misunderstood a letter of Fox's as implying a charge of falsehood.