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synonyms for tacitly

  • softly
  • faintly
  • in a low voice
  • in a whisper
  • in low tones
  • in silence
  • inaudibly
  • murmuring
  • noiselessly
  • sotto voce
  • soundlessly
  • under one's breath
  • weakly
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  • audibly
  • loudly
  • publicly
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How to use tacitly in a sentence

Cuomo has in the past tacitly encouraged Republican control of the state senate in New York.
IF ANDREW CUOMO ISN’T ‘PART OF THE POLITICAL CLUB’ THEN MICKEY MOUSE ISN’T PART OF DISNEYPHILIP BUMPMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If you say nothing, you run the risk of seeming to tacitly agree that sending out personal photos from an active private life is totally OK.
WHAT IT MEANS WHEN YOUR WIFE SAYS SHE SLEPT WITH GEORGE CLOONEYEUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 8, 2020OZY
If Scarborough’s book answers one question tacitly, that is it.
HOW THE TRUMAN DOCTRINE TRANSFORMED AMERICA’S ROLE IN THE WORLDA.J. BAIMEDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Republicans largely ran attack ads accusing Democrats of defunding the police, or tacitly supporting violent protests and even riots in the wake of racial injustice protests in the summer.
HOUSE DEMOCRATS’ LOSSES CRYSTALLIZE A DISAPPOINTING DOWN-BALLOT ELECTION SO FAR FOR THE PARTYAMBER PHILLIPSNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Similarly, Facebook is a free, easy way to keep in touch with your friends, and those of us who use it have tacitly agreed to let the platform collect all kinds of information about us in exchange.
YOUR PERSONAL DATA IS WORTH MONEY. ANDREW YANG WANTS TO GET YOU PAIDVANESSA BATES RAMIREZJUNE 28, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
I had only to get rid of the contents of that bottle and let it be tacitly understood that the patient had taken his medicine.
THE WEIGHT OF THE CROWNFRED M. WHITE
Even although he had tacitly consented to Romanoff's proposal he saw no necessity for binding himself.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
Every act of suicide tacitly conveys the sanction of one more judgment in its favour.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
But when the food was before him, he addressed himself to it, tacitly rejecting all her attempts to whip up conversation.
COUNTRY NEIGHBORSALICE BROWN
M. Fauvel would make objections, for he had an affection for Prosper, and had tacitly approved of the match.
FILE NO. 113EMILE GABORIAU
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WORDS RELATED TO TACITLY

  • faintly
  • in a low voice
  • in a whisper
  • in low tones
  • in silence
  • inaudibly
  • murmuring
  • noiselessly
  • softly
  • sotto voce
  • soundlessly
  • tacitly
  • under one's breath
  • weakly
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