Implicated [adjective]

Definition of Implicated:

under suspicion

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Sentence/Example of Implicated:

The detailed information may not be collected because of inadequate testing, and that directly implicates outcomes.

The SEC reportedly started a fraud inquiry, and Nikola founder Trevor Milton, who was directly implicated in Hindenburg’s report, resigned from his role as CEO.

The project, which is still running, has provided data for more than 225 scientific papers on proteins implicated in a number of diseases.

Apple has been implicated in several alleged labor abuses over the years.

Boeing has updated the implicated software and added a backup sensor, and FAA Administrator Steve Dickson gave his thumbs-up, going so far as to pilot one of the planes to demonstrate that they are safe.

Inappropriate chemical actions by both have been implicated in some types of cancer, and inhibitors of these proteins are being tested in cancer therapies.

The Times reporting implicated men at every level of the organization.

He was a member of the illuminati, and implicated in some of the disputes relating to that order.

Seven months later Captain Preston and other soldiers implicated in the riot were tried before a Boston jury.

An old man who became implicated in the trial of the Chauffeurs of Mortagne in 1809.