implicitly implicitly  /ɪm ˈplɪ sət li/


  1. (adv) without doubting or questioning
  2. (adv) without ever expressing so clearly


  1. The plan allocates money that implicitly acknowledges that: $1.
  2. This implicitly pushes the sharing culture to even more people.
  3. Both themes implicitly push Obama and Biden to the left, and Scully made them explicit with lines accusing the Democrats of litism and talking down to working-class voters.


  1. He Ate, She Ate

    The Japanese like to say that you first eat with your eyes. Maru, the latest sushi spot in Greater Lansing, understands this implicitly. Every plate seems like a still life portrait. Just one example: On a slender white plate, cylinders of crab sushi stand upright and at attention.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: City Pulse

  2. PFT: Romo says he doesn't hear legion of critics

    Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is no stranger to criticism. This offseason alone, he’s heard it explicitly from Donovan McNabb after signing his new contract and implicitly from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones when Jones pointed out things he wanted to see Romo do more of in the coming years.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

  3. JPY Surges Most In 3 Years; "Buy-The-Dip-Mentality" Gone

    After a couple of days of exuberant dead-cat-bouncing in Japan (and therefore implicitly US equities), the reality that credit markets had been hinting at is starting to be realized once again. A nasty gap-down open in US equities saw BTFDers come piling back in, aided by pressure on bonds and a final liftathon into the EU close in AUDJPY. That was the best of the day and JPY's biggest surge in ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. "If things go down the wrong pathway, you're depending on each other for your survival. So you want to make sure you're working together well and trust each other implicitly," said Dr. Jay Buckey, a former astronaut on the Space Shuttle Columbia...
    on Oct 24, 2008 By: Jay Buckey Source: USA Today

  2. "To fully shield our personnel from criminal liability, it is important that the United States not enter in an agreement with a foreign country, explicitly or implicitly, to transfer a detainee to that country for the purpose of having the...
    on Mar 2, 2009 By: Jay Bybee Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I share the president-elect's view that the activities of the Clinton Foundation and President Clinton himself should not be a barrier to Sen. Clinton's service," Lugar said. "But I also share the view, implicitly recognized by the...
    on Jan 13, 2009 By: Richard Lugar Source: ABC News

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