- involved, indicated, or suggested without being directly or explicitly stated; tacitly understood: an implied rebuke; an implied compliment.
Origin of implied
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Examples from the Web for impliedly
He impliedly warrants the signatures preceding his own to be genuine, and that the parties making them had legal capacity to sign.
Implied warranties cannot be said to be in addition to the contract of sale, but are impliedly a part of the contract.
By my conduct I impliedly agree to pay him the legal rate for the distance carried.
In that case the person making the sale does not impliedly warrant title.
Give an example of an agent who is impliedly authorized to warrant.
- hinted at or suggested; not directly expressedan implied criticism