Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imply.

Etymologies

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imply +‎ -eth

Examples

  • There be also other consecrations that may be called sacraments, as the word implieth only consecration to God's service; but as it implies an oath or promise of allegiance to God, there were no other in the

    Leviathan

  • There be also other consecrations that may be called sacraments, as the word implieth only consecration to God's service; but as it implies an oath or promise of allegiance to God, there were no other in the Old Testament but circumcision and the Passover; nor are there any other in the New Testament but baptism and the Lord's Supper.

    Leviathan, or, The matter, forme, & power of a common-wealth ecclesiasticall and civill

  • Homer, dreaded nothing more than water or drowning; probably upon the old opinion of the fiery substance of the soul, only extinguishable by that element; and therefore the poet emphatically implieth+ the total destruction in this kind of death, which happened to Ajax Oileus.

    Hydriotaphia, or Urn-burial

  • Commonwealth is the same thing; and that supremacy, and the power of making canons, and granting faculties, implieth a Commonwealth; it followeth that where one is sovereign, another supreme; where one can make laws, and another make canons; there must needs be two

    Leviathan

  • By this also a man may understand when it is that men may be said to be conquered; and in what the nature of conquest, and the right of a conqueror consisteth: for this submission is it implieth them all.

    Leviathan

  • And generally in all places where our Saviour saith to any man, "Thy faith hath saved thee," the cause he saith it is some confession which directly, or by consequence, implieth a belief that Jesus is the Christ.

    Leviathan

  • This place of Cardane implieth these two things, namely that apparitions of sprights are not proper to Island alone

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • And this most upright existence, the ego — it speaketh of the body, and still implieth the body, even when it museth and raveth and fluttereth with broken wings.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • This implieth that the Lord will finish all things in six thousand years, for a day is [1658] with Him a thousand years.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • And whatever men understand of the meaning of the words, expressions, and propositions in the Scripture, if they believe not the things which they declare, they do not in any sense know the mind and will of God in them; for to know a thing as the mind of God, and not to assent unto its truth, implieth a contradiction.

    Pneumatologia

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