Implicit in a sentence

What does implicit  mean?: -something that is suggested, and not directly told

Noun: -implicitness, implicitity

Adjective: -unimplicitly

Sentence Examples: –

  • Your father has made it implicit and very clear to me to not hand over the keys of the car to you.
  • When you break an implicit rule or a law, you are definitely going to find yourself behind bars sooner or later.
  • It is your right, your duty as a parent to govern your children, and to make sure that they would be able to follow the implicit directions that you give to them after returning from school.
  • The handshake between the CEO of the two companies brought about the finalization of the implicit agreement that was signed by them.
  • The plantation owners had the implicit right to sell off their slaves as a part of the personal property before the abolishment of slavery in the United States of America.
  • The deed is implicit, and should be able to give you a good idea on the direction that the agreement is looking to work on.

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