By implying that the last Sephardi poet to warrant commemoration lived 900 years ago, Bibi did not placate critics.
These two data sets have an R2 of 0.0058, implying a tiny 0.6 percent correlation.
"A little Amelie, A Little Dark Lady," one headline ran the day after the verdict, implying that she was, indeed both.
However, even reputable news sources and well meaning celebrities are guilty of implying that she should have known better.
The U.N. agenda, she said, is “to disarm people,” implying it would leave the defenseless even more so.
"Measure of faith" may be understood as implying that God imparts to some more of faith itself; and to others, less.
They could not, as they put it, doubt their own eyesight, implying that they would do so if they could.
The word "revolution" as used here should not be taken as implying armed insurrection or violence, unless expressly so described.
And then the cunning stroke of implying that her sister was not indisposed to listen to me.
The fourth, or highest, implying entire union with the Divine essence, is held by Schamyl alone.
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?"