Definitions for implying

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  1. implying(Verb)

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Implying

    of Imply

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. James Liu:

    The dollar has been strengthening dramatically, which investors are correctly interpreting as implying weak earnings growth over coming quarters.

  2. Charlie Black:

    Some of the other candidates out there have been competing for some of those dollars and some of those donors — and some of them have been implying here and there that Jeb wasn't interested.

  3. Kendra Armstrong:

    Quite frankly, the terms ‘ Parent 1 ’ and ‘ Parent 2 ’ seem more offensive than mother and father. It ’s implying that one parent is the first parent and the other parent is secondary.

  4. Kendra Armstrong:

    Quite frankly, the terms ‘Parent 1’ and ‘Parent 2’ seem more offensive than ‘Mother’ and ‘Father.’ It’s implying that one parent is the first parent and the other parent is secondary.

  5. Charles Krauthammer:

    They finally have a player they can work with. This is not Karzai, who insisted on...insulting the United States, and really sort of implying he was sympathetic with the Taliban. This is a guy who is really very pro-American.


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