Implicitly [adverb]

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Euler implicitly assumed his polyhedra were convex, meaning a line segment joining any two points stayed completely within the polyhedron.

We wanted to look at why our society implicitly believes maps and how that trust has been exploited.

In short, candidates and LGBTQ rights were both on the ballot in the 2020 election, either explicitly or implicitly.

Some of them, NBC News reported, were organized by figures who implicitly or explicitly support QAnon, and some marchers brought signs with QAnon slogans.

She withdrew entirely from society and devoted herself to practicing, following his directions implicitly.

These instructions were obeyed implicitly, and soon the camp was buried in apparent slumber.

It is a serious mark of a Church's imperfection for it to recognise only implicitly or virtually its covenant obligations.

Father, I will obey you implicitly if you can name a reasonable objection to the man I love.

Under certain conditions I would trust him with my life as implicitly as I would trust any white man.

He had many patients, who were in the habit of knotowing to him and obeying his instructions implicitly.