imply imply  /ɪm ˈplaɪ/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) express or state indirectly
  2. (v) suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic
  3. (v) have as a logical consequence
  4. (v) suggest that someone is guilty
  5. (v) have as a necessary feature

Usage(s):

  1. Other studies imply that girls, while not exactly chaste, are not behaving in ways that media reports about the hookup culture might lead us to believe.
  2. Darwin anticipated such doubts, and admitted in The Origin of Species that the eye at first seems to imply an intelligent designer.
  3. That's still a difference, but not enough to imply some congenital appetite for a free lunch on the part of the African-derived.

News

  1. Gazette.Net: Potomac police report

    The following is a summary of incidents in the Potomac area to which Montgomery County police responded recently. The words “arrested” and “charged” do not imply guilt. This information was provided by the county.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Gazette.net

  2. Gazette.Net: Silver Spring police report

    The following is a summary of incidents in the Silver Spring/Takoma Park area to which Montgomery County and/or Takoma Park police responded recently. The words “arrested” and “charged” do not imply guilt. This information was provided by the county and Takoma Park police media services office.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Gazette.net

  3. Gazette.Net: Germantown police report

    The following is a summary of incidents in the Germantown area to which Montgomery County police responded recently. The words “arrested” and “charged” do not imply guilt. This information was provided by the county.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Gazette.net

Quotes

  1. "Moving to pandemic phase six level does not imply we will see an increase in the number of deaths or very severe cases" says Chan, reports Reuters.
    on Jun 11, 2009 By: Margaret Chan Source: Javno.hr

  2. "It would imply that I'm unfit as a parent, which I'm not," said Birkhead.
    on Apr 14, 2007 By: Larry Birkhead Source: Bayou Buzz

  3. "There's two courses of action concerning what he has," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said. "There is treat it conservatively, which would imply rest, exercise and treatment. Or you can treat it aggressively, which is by surgery. At...
    on Mar 5, 2009 By: Brian Cashman Source: USA Today

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