The Gulf States, now tacitly aligned with Israel against Iran, could make this alliance official and openly coordinated.
In short, everyone quickly and tacitly agreed that the whole situation could probably be summed up in a single word: racism.
Cheney tacitly bashed Paul last month, saying an “increasing strain of isolationism” is taking over their party.
Bloggers, dissidents, reformists are all feeling the pressure—and Obama is tacitly abetting the crackdown.
With this new development, LEGO tacitly undermined its own claims to neutrality.
A great change was coming over Fay, but she tacitly resisted it.
There is nothing of novelty to them in this tacitly shared sense of gloom.
This fact is, in itself, an answer to his claim that the Americans were tacitly recognizing his pretensions.
In the southern district this division is tacitly agreed upon.
Minorities are tacitly allowed to have as much right to representation as the minority, and the confusion of terms is passed over.
c.1600, from French tacite, from Latin tacitus "that is passed over in silence, done without words, assumed, silent," prop. past participle of tacere "to be silent," from PIE root *tak- "to be silent" (cf. Gothic þahan, Old Norse þegja "to be silent," Old Norse þagna "to grow dumb," Old Saxon thagian, Old High German dagen "to be silent"). The musical instruction tacet is the 3rd person present singular of the Latin verb.