Implied [adjective]

Definition of Implied:

hinted at

Opposite/Antonyms of Implied:

Sentence/Example of Implied:

It would be a modest guess that Accadian culture implied a growth of at least ten thousand years.

Their conference was short; but it implied to Louis, that his delegated reign, as well as that of his father, was at an end.

The high rank, the great riches of his father he rather implied than definitely mentioned.

That was by no means what Garnache had implied; still, since it really expressed his mind, he did not trouble to correct Marius.

Louis would not think twice on the implied suspicions against himself, which every sentence of the letter contained.

If the owner has imposed no terms on him, then he has the implied authority usually existing in such cases.

There is an implied obligation on the hirer's part to use the car only for the purpose and in the manner for which it was hired.

But the passage implied also that their mere visible presence was shown to be most valuable.

He is also held to an implied authority, not only to sell, but that the signatures of all the parties thereon are genuine.

In the command, "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself," it is implied that men ought to love themselves.