Definition: suggest a meaning not expressed; signify
Definition: suggest a meaning not expressed; signify
Sentences Containing 'imply'
The very simplicity and nakedness of man's life in the primitive ages imply this advantage, at least, that they left him still but a sojourner in nature.
Having said this, the abbe bowed to imply he wished to pursue his studies.
Noirtier's eye remained fixed and firm, as if to imply that a promise did not suffice; then it passed from his face to his hands.
This announcement, which implied or appeared to imply, the approval of all the persons concerned in this momentous affair, had been preceded by a scene to which our readers must be admitted.
Danglars bent his head, which he meant to imply,``Very well.''
Were it demonstratively false, it would imply a contradiction, and could never be distinctly conceived by the mind.
And she had a disagreeable consciousness of not appearing to imply that it had been an overpowering pleasure.
How dare you to insinuate that you don't know my character better than your words imply?'
I could see by his manner that he had stronger reasons for satisfaction than his words alone would imply.
Andrew Wiles proved the modularity theorem for semistable elliptic curves, which was enough to imply Fermat's last theorem.
He did this by attempting to show that any counterexample to Fermat's Last Theorem would imply the existence of at least one non-modular elliptic curve.
So the omnibus is useful only to imply whether the model fits or not, but it doesn't offers the corrected recommended model which can be fitted to the data.
It does not necessarily imply that "all" inputs or outputs of productive activity are commodities traded in markets.
It existence can be proved directly for a general surface by noting that the four properties imply so that formula_18 depends only on the metric and is unique.
The structural equations of Cartan imply the following Lie bracket relations: The geometrical interpretation of the Lie bracket can be applied to the last of these equations.
The term "hereditary" is not a native Gaelic term, though in popular lore it has been used to imply an above average skill or special status.
Lotka interpreted Boltzmann's view to imply that available energy could be the central concept that unified physics and biology as a quantitative physical principle of evolution.
As part of "The Fall of the House of Usher", Poe said, "I mean to imply a mind haunted by phantoms — a disordered brain" referring to Roderick Usher.
This could imply that there was still some insistence on a Scottish variant after 1801.
All these factors imply a certain appeal of the film to a possible audience.
How he has managed to come back for the sequel after being "killed" has yet to be revealed, but his return does imply that he was in fact imaginary.
The epithet seems to imply that Theodore was an adherent of the Meletian party, but there is no evidence that he was involved in the feuds which preoccupied the Catholics of Antioch during Flavian's office.
They are both clearly form of pantheism but it is unclear which category they fit best. The term "spiritual" seems to imply that spiritual naturalism is Monist idealist Pantheism.
Not all phases will occur in all cases: The above list does not imply a specific sequence of events.
The words "Oh he might have been a king!" should not be taken to imply that he could have become King.
It seems to imply a center, but it is unclear whether the interpreter him/herself stands there, or whether, on the contrary, some "organizing and illuminating principle apart from him there waiting to be discovered."
While it does imply presuppositions, it does not take any premise for granted.
1) which was written to this Corinthian audience; a reference which seems to imply written documents available at both Rome and Corinth.
Some of the movies, such as the Earth, Radar and Milky Way videos, imply that Moby is of an extraterrestrial origin.
Like Moby, Cassie enjoys annoying Tim, while some of the movies imply that Rita has a romantic interest in Tim and that he returns her feelings.
Vellacott later issued an apology, indicating that he did not intend to imply McLachlin had actually used the phrase "god-like powers".
This did imply a significant change in the power structure in the province.
These examples imply that humans coevolved with psychoactive substances.
However, these designations should not be taken to imply sectarianism.
Discoveries at Bering Land Bridge National Preserve imply human occupation as far back as 13,000 years ago.
Similar extrapolation from sites at Cape Krusenstern and at Onion Portage in the Kobuk Valley imply occupation in later times.
The Starlights imply many times that, like Sailor Moon, Kakyuu has the power to restore a Phage to its original form.
It is these anticommutation relations that imply Fermi–Dirac statistics for the field quanta.
For example, there could be a requirement that the statement expressly mention the basis, or that it is possible to imply the basis from the statement.
However, strong universality does imply uniformity.
Different distributional forms of formula_14 imply different distributional forms of formula_8, i.e. different baseline distributions of the survival time.
It is a derivative of the Malay vulgar word "sial" (derivative of the parent, used interchangeably but sometimes may imply a stronger emphasis).
Open loans imply that the books in question are free to be loaned among the population with the expectation of getting them back eventually.
Catch and release imply that actual ownership of the book transfers each iteration with no expectation of the book returning to the original owner.
Wilson's claims that he had never meant to imply what "ought" to be, only what "is" the case are supported by his writings, which are descriptive, not prescriptive.
They are meant to imply the obsolescence and inaccuracy of gender stereotypes that justified denying women the vote, such as separate spheres philosophy.
This would imply that the sea-floor organisms could not have lived there.
Spontaneity does not imply that the reaction proceeds with great speed.
This may imply why he went on to build cities, namely the City of Enoch.
This seems to imply that the question is posed not from a philosophical viewpoint, but from a purely scientific one.
More Vocab Wordsbarrister - counselor-at-law or lawyer in the higher court of law; CF. bar
inhibited - (of a person) unable to express what one really feels
ethos - underlying character of a culture, group, etc.; character or ideas peculiar to a specific person, group, or culture; Ex. the company ethos
presume - take for granted; assume; act overconfidently; take liberties; presume on/upon: take unfair advantage of (someone's kindness or connection); N. presumption
dislodge - remove (forcibly); force out of a position; Ex. dislodge the food caught in his throat; CF. lodge
invidious - designed to create ill will or envy; tending to rouse ill will or envy; Ex. invidious comparison
horoscope - diagram of the positions of stars at a given moment (eg. of a person's birth) used by astrologers
perforate - pierce; put a hole through
loiter - hang about/around; stand idly about; linger
founder - fail completely; sink; CF. flounder