English words and Examples of Usage

use "imply" in a sentence

What does the presence of liquid water imply for life on the Red Planet?

It was clear right then that Trump would say what others would only imply.

This would imply a big upside potential of nearly 170% from current levels.

But the continued popularity of online software prep programs would imply otherwise.

A rating placed under Rating Watch does not imply that the rating will necessarily change.

These procedures imply that Apple doesn't trust or respect their employees, the person wrote.

His actions imply a surrender of the property had taken place and that he had taken ownership of it.

But call me a HEN and you imply that I'm happy to be free from my children - and I just won't have it.

She didn't say she wanted to break up, but she certainly seemed to imply it when she said that it might be good for us to see other people.

Social movements imply some degree of group action and shared goals.

There may have been much less uniformity than these statements imply.8.

What do his words imply?

Jesus’ support of the LXX would therefore imply his recognition of the apocrypha.

What does his silence imply?

To say that a woman can't do this job seems to me to imply that women are somehow inferior to men.

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