Verb(1) express or state indirectly(2) involve as a necessary condition of consequence; as in logic
(1) Their refusal to denounce these measures can only connote approval.(2) The first five terms above, included in the index, connote a feeling of being emotionally unsettled, off-balance or anxious, which are standard reactions to stressful events.(3) This can be seen as a welcome development, since the term ├ö├ç├┐administrative├ö├ç├û used to connote the notion of a close, perhaps too close, link with the relevant government department.(4) However, that fact doesn't connote sinister forces at work.(5) The establishment of the bureau does not connote a new-found official concern over the shocking conditions facing coal miners.(6) There is a sense in which the word person is merely the singular form of people and in which both terms connote no more than membership in a certain biological species.(7) Does merely being gay connote political advocacy?(8) Does this term connote the subjective and self-serving claims of the mission planners, or the foreseeable objective consequences of a particular mission?(9) By contrast, a cave of concrete would connote fear.(10) It is, however, open to question whether this fact connotes dissimilarity of attitudes on the part of the spouses.(11) But there are differences between straights and gays, as connoted by the word most homosexuals use to identify themselves.(12) The Minister compares a genuine life sentence, which connotes seriousness of offending and proper punishment, with the fact that someone is embarrassed about a past offence.(13) Almost always used by outsiders rather than inhabitants of the communities so labeled, the term connoted both poverty and deviance.(14) It is in these two paragraphs that the reference to the phrase ├ö├ç├┐international standards├ö├ç├û is used, although without elucidation of what the term connotes or how it is defined.(15) It consists mostly of ├ö├ç├┐jaspilite,├ö├ç├û an unofficial term connoting rock with highly folded, alternating bands of black hematite and red jasper.(16) A focus on language, connotative and denotative meaning, is especially important in the cultural adaptation process.
1. imply ::
2. predicate ::
connote, connoted, connotes, connoting
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