1 It was not very polite to herself, I thought, to imply that I should be told lies by her even if I did ask questions.
2 This certainly had not a profitable appearance, and I shook my head as if I would imply that it would be difficult to lay by much accumulative capital from such a source of income.
3 I resented it, because it seemed to imply that he expected me to respond to it.
4 Told would seem to imply verbal communication.
5 And she had a disagreeable consciousness of not appearing to imply that it had been an overpowering pleasure.
6 in fact, he wasn't at all, well, what his appearance intended to imply.
7 The latter recognition was uttered with just enough of embarrassment to imply a doubt of its reception; for Mr. Fagin and his young friend had not met, since she had interfered in behalf of Oliver.
8 'There is something in your manner, which would almost imply that she will hear me coldly, mother,' said the young man.
9 I could see by his manner that he had stronger reasons for satisfaction than his words alone would imply.
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10 I didn't mean to imply that you are as hard put to it as that.
11 That's the next stage: the desire to imply that one has been to Europe, and has a standard.
12 He smiled at Kennicott, to imply that whatever he might say in the stress of being witty was not to count against him in the commercio-medical warfare.
13 Having said this, the abbe bowed to imply he wished to pursue his studies.
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14 This announcement, which implied or appeared to imply, the approval of all the persons concerned in this momentous affair, had been preceded by a scene to which our readers must be admitted.
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15 You seemed to me to imply that with me you might have been quite another man.