tacit[ tas-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF tacit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TACIT
We had by tacit consent begun to walk down the path toward the road.
A far-spreading, tacit complicity had hitherto saved him from the police.
Now you know this phrase is a tacit confession that all that has been said before is false.
Her father, by a hundred tacit signs, rejected her affection.
Her reliance on his secrecy, and his tacit acquiescence, increased his distress of mind.
They accompanied him because he insisted upon it, and with a more than tacit protest.
Most persons of ability meet in society with a kind of tacit appeal.
But can anything more strange be thought of than what is said of tacit compacts?
If it be so, what a number of tacit compacts there must be in the world!
He well understood the sort of tacit bargain that his mother had made with him.