• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Implied Virtually involved or included; involved in substance; inferential; tacitly conceded; -- the correlative of express, or expressed. See Imply.
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  • John F. Kennedy
    “Tolerance implies no lack of commitment to one's own beliefs. Rather it condemns the oppression or persecution of others.”
  • John D. Rockefeller
    “Every right implies a responsibility; Every opportunity, an obligation, Every possession, a duty.”
  • Tony Martin
    Tony Martin
    “My mother's obsession with the good scissors always scared me a bit. It implied that somewhere in the house there lurked: the evil scissors.”
  • Victor Hugo
    “A library implies an act of faith.”
  • J. William Fulbright
    “The citizen who criticizes his country is paying it an implied tribute.”
  • Henry David Thoreau
    “Poetry implies the whole truth, philosophy expresses only a particle of it.”


In literature:

He'd said to his uncle, and implied to the king, that he had some plan in mind.
"Talents, Incorporated" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Its very name implies that it was not created by legislative authority.
"A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention" by Lucius Eugene Chittenden
Let us carefully look at this conclusion and see what it implies in relation to the question at issue.
"Aether and Gravitation" by William George Hooper
That implies effort, and it implies activity, and it implies progress.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
A Coalition implies some power of coalescing.
"William Pitt and the Great War" by John Holland Rose
Each simple part implied in the thesis must be in space.
"The World's Greatest Books--Volume 14--Philosophy and Economics" by Various
It implies that I am sailing under false colors, and I don't like that.
"A Son of the Immortals" by Louis Tracy
The pursuit of an ideal implies a belief in its effectuality.
"The Approach to Philosophy" by Ralph Barton Perry
A universal effect implies a universal cause.
"Theism or Atheism" by Chapman Cohen
This act implies all that is included in personal Covenanting.
"The Ordinance of Covenanting" by John Cunningham

In poetry:

"But grant Design,—we may imply
The job took toil aplenty;
Then why one sole designer, why
Not ten or twenty.
"Fool Faith" by Robert W Service
All those large dreams by which men long live well
Are magic-lanterned on the smoke of hell;
This then is real, I have implied,
A painted, small, transparent slide.
"This Last Pain" by William Empson
There, too, the Sovereign lady gave the name
Of "Albert Victor" to the infant boy:—
The worth such names imply be his in life—
A life of goodness, purity, and joy!
"Duleep Singh" by Janet Hamilton
I was perplexed, so I sat down,
Beneath a shade tree's springtime sound
And this implied:
"Sir! whence come all these loving scenes,
This landscape to our eyes serene,
Sir! where am I?"
"Time—Eternity. The Saint's Departure." by Frank Barbour Coffin
Yet, not perverted, would my words imply
The impulse given by Heaven's great Artisan
Alike to man and worm, mere spring, whereby
The distant wheels of life, while time endures, roll on:
"Description Of Egla" by Maria Gowen Brooks
Boring whispers what implying?
Do you murmur or complain?
Can't you tell me what you're seeking,
Calling me or Prophesying?
Oh for someone to explain
That dark language you are speaking!
"Night Piece" by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin

In news:

And the alleged abuses took place in 1971, while the headline implies present day or recent past.
Falsely Implying Allen 's Endorsement.
In Part I of this series, I suggested that one of the largest challenges to staffing firms pursuing and taking advantage of "social recruiting" was achieving a clear understanding of what it really is and what it implies.
This is not to imply that we are making big inroads toward the paperless office — unfortunately, we're not — but software products are available to control projects through digital- asset management.
The movie has to tie into all the other Marvel comic book movies that are part of "The Avengers ," because as the title implies, the good captain is "The First Avenger .".
Baer said the planned cost cuts should lead to a implied cost-income ratio of about 70 percent and a pre-tax profit margin of about 25 basis points for the acquired business on Julius Baer 's platform in 2015.
On the eve of the first debate, a conservative commentator Tuesday resurrected a 2007 video of Barack Obama implying that Hurricane Katrina survivors got the shaft from the feds because many of them were black.
Republican Gov Dennis Daugaard proposed the amendment earlier this year, saying current language implies the budget must be balanced but doesn't require it.
He did not show a weapon or imply that he had one.
The name implies the dress code: skin.
Oren doesn't single out ombud Patrick Pexton directly, but it's clearly implied.
It Starts with Lower Rates As the name implies, public power utilities are owned by the public, the communities they serve.
You know what that implies.
The title implies that this is going to be my boring reflections on what it's like to shoot games and interviews.
It has been implied by some recent letter writers that Christians are Republicans — and vice versa.

In science:

Recall that the absolute continuity of the spectra implies the mixing property of multiplicity 1, which in turn implies ergodicity ([CFS]).
Determinantal random point fields
Thus the inequality implies the (semi)stability of E , and the (semi)stability of E implies the inequality for subsheaves F such that E /F torsion free.
Factorization of generalized theta functions at reducible case
Reality then implies that Wij is real, and G-analyticity implies that it must satisfy the constraint (3).
Aspects of the D=6, (2,0) Tensor Multiplet
The previous example, which is locally transient, TOAt and ROA, shows also that while local recurrence imply recurrence on the average, local transience does not imply transience on the average.
Classification on the average of random walks
The crucial result of Johnson implies for a fixed ψ , if the sequence Xn ∈ Cψ have score functions fn , then kfnkΘ → 0 implies that Jst(Xn ) → 0.
An information-theoretic Central Limit Theorem for finitely susceptible FKG systems