Implicatively Im"pli*ca*tive*ly, adv. By implication. --Sir G. Buck. [1913 Webster]

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  • implicatively — adverb see implication …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • implicatively — See implicative. * * * …   Universalium

  • implicatively — adverb In an implicative way …   Wiktionary

  • implicatively — im·plica·tive·ly …   English syllables

  • implicatively — adverb see implicative * * * imˈplicatively adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑implicate …   Useful english dictionary

  • implicative — implicatively, adv. /im pli kay tiv, im plik euh tiv/, adj. tending to implicate or imply; characterized by or involving implication. [1580 90; IMPLICATE + IVE] * * * …   Universalium

  • implication — noun Date: 15th century 1. a. the act of implicating ; the state of being implicated b. close connection; especially an incriminating involvement 2. a. the act of implying ; the state of being implied b. (1) a logical relation between two propo …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • implicate — verb ɪmplɪkeɪt 1》 show to be involved in a crime.     ↘(be implicated in) bear some of the responsibility for (an action or process). 2》 convey (a meaning) indirectly; imply. noun ɪmplɪkət Logic a thing implied. Derivatives implicative ɪm… …   English new terms dictionary

  • implicative — /ˈɪmpləkeɪtɪv/ (say impluhkaytiv), /ɪmˈplɪkətɪv/ (say im plikuhtiv) adjective tending to implicate or imply; characterised by or involving implication. –implicatively, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • implicate — [im′pli kāt΄] vt. implicated, implicating [< L implicatus, pp. of implicare, to enfold, involve: see IMPLY] 1. a) to show to have a connection with a crime, fault, etc.; involve b) to show to be involved or concerned 2. Rare to imply …   English World dictionary

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