Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913 + 1828)
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Imply (Page: 736)
Where a mulicious act is proved, a mulicious intention is implied. Bp. Sherlock.
When a man employs a laborer to work for him, . . . the act of hiring implies an obligation and a promise that he shall pay him a reasonable reward for his services. Blackstone.
Whence might this distaste arise?If [from] neither your perverse and peevish will. To which I most imply it. J. Webster.
Syn. -- To involve; include; comprise; import; mean; denote; signify; betoken. See Involve.