imply

to say indirectly

imply

[v] - have as a necessary feature or consequence 2. [v] - suggest as a logically necessary consequence 3. [v] - express or state indirectly
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Imply

• (v. t.) To infold or involve; to wrap up. • (v. t.) To refer, ascribe, or attribute. • (v. t.) To involve in substance or essence, or by fair inference, or by construction of law, when not include virtually; as, war implies fighting.
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imply

verb have as a necessary feature or consequence; entail; `This decision involves many changes`
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imply

verb express or state indirectly
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Imply

Im┬Ěply' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Implied ; present participle & verbal noun Implying .] [ From the same source as employ. See Employ , Ply , and confer Implicate , Apply .] 1. T...
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imply

express or state indirectly
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imply

express or state indirectly
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imply

express or state indirectly
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imply

express or state indirectly
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imply

express or state indirectly
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