Felix implies that there is something faintly ridiculous about this.
It implies that all children of immigrants, and perhaps all people of color, are as well.
Advice giving—and the access it implies—is the coin of the realm in Washington.
On Election Day 1960, Jack implies to his brother Bobby that he had sex with a redheaded aide in his campaign offices.
From the outside it screams airport terminal and implies something sinister going on inside.
Of course, it implies the strictest self-discipline, but it leads to a high goal.
That implies effort, and it implies activity, and it implies progress.
Your way of speaking to me implies an assertion of equality—'
It implies that the weather is suitable for a tour on the mountains.
This implies that dictionaries, including personal dictionaries, as they are formed in constituting our language, are congruent.
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?"