Antonyms for tacitly

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There is nothing of novelty to them in this tacitly shared sense of gloom.

It was as if they had tacitly agreed to take their different provinces.

In the southern district this division is tacitly agreed upon.

A woman that does not make a noise after an attempt of that kind has tacitly condoned the offence.

They two had tacitly agreed not to be bound by common sense,—not to be wise.

How much they must have said to one another, tacitly, without a single word!

It seemed to be tacitly understood there would be other such excursions.

They declare, and he tacitly assumes, that he is a master of the English language.

They are not always read, but they tacitly take their place among us.

The enlistment of the seven in the pirate fleet was tacitly acknowledged.

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