To imply that its proponents, dancers, are victims rather than teachers provides swift avoidance of that uncomfortable suggestion.
That seemed to imply a spicy sex life, I say to him the next day.
Then, she seemed to imply, maybe the Democrats would play ball.
But multiple reports from the locals in Giglio imply otherwise.
As the gallery puts it, Mercier's works "imply that function is part of an aesthetical proposition."
It seemed to imply a delicate distinction that carried conviction at once.
This petition does not imply, therefore, that we are to make God's name holy.
What does it imply as regards his attitude towards all women?
How sad that the word "giddy" is used to imply wantonness or levity!
If you say I am not worthy of your confidence, you imply that I am not worthy of your love.
late 14c., "to enfold, enwrap, entangle" (the classical Latin sense), from Old French emplier, from Latin implicare "involve" (see implication). Meaning "to involve something unstated as a logical consequence" first recorded c.1400; that of "to hint at" from 1580s. Related: Implied; implying. The distinction between imply and infer is in "What do you imply by that remark?" But, "What am I to infer from that remark?"