Thrall is right to imply that the Olmert-Abbas principles were a only start and there is no guarantee that starting is succeeding.
For an anti-defamation league to put out a blacklist is to imply that those blacklisted are in the business of defamation.
In fact, they imply that the wine was not actually made at the winery at all.
Actually he did imply something pretty close to that during comments last Sunday in Iowa.
That seemed to imply a spicy sex life, I say to him the next day.
It seemed to imply a delicate distinction that carried conviction at once.
Her tone seemed to imply that he was taking his leave when Maurice entered.
What does it imply as regards his attitude towards all women?
He could not in words accuse Rendel's wife, whatever his silence might imply.
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?"