- Implicitly Im*plic"it*ly, adv.
1. In an implicit manner; without reserve; with unreserved
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.
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implicitly — (adv.) c.1600, from IMPLICIT (Cf. implicit) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary
implicitly — adverb 1. without doubting or questioning I implicitly trust him • Derived from adjective: ↑implicit 2. without ever expressing so clearly he implicitly assumes that you know the answer • Ant: ↑explicitly … Useful english dictionary
implicitly — adv. Implicitly is used with these verbs: ↑acknowledge, ↑assume, ↑concede, ↑condone, ↑criticize, ↑deny, ↑endorse, ↑recognize, ↑suggest, ↑trust … Collocations dictionary
implicitly — adverb a man in whom they implicitly believed Syn: completely, absolutely, totally, wholeheartedly, utterly, unconditionally, unreservedly, without reservation … Thesaurus of popular words
implicitly — implicit ► ADJECTIVE 1) implied though not directly expressed. 2) (implicit in) always to be found in. 3) with no qualification or question: implicit faith. DERIVATIVES implicitly adverb implicitness noun. ORIGIN … English terms dictionary
implicitly — adverb see implicit … New Collegiate Dictionary
implicitly — See implicit. * * * … Universalium
implicitly — adverb In an implicit or implied manner … Wiktionary
implicitly — implicit definition … Philosophy dictionary
implicitly — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. inevitably, inherently, unreservedly, unquestioningly; see completely , essentially … English dictionary for students