Definition of implicate
Examples of implicate in a Sentence
His business partner was implicated in the theft.
the implicated vines did form a most restful garden bower
Recent Examples of implicate from the Web
Data at their disposal is expected to include a list, drawn up by the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria, of individuals implicated in possible war crimes and crimes against humanity.
A third person implicated in the case, Steven Scudder, 62, of Centerville, pleaded guilty to charges in January and was sentenced to 14 months in prison.
The 76-year-old Pell — the highest-ranking Vatican official ever implicated in the scandal — forcefully denied the accusations and took an immediate leave of absence as Vatican finance czar to return to Australia to defend himself.
In March, after nearly three years investigating, Fernández Rundle declined to prosecute four corrections officers implicated in Rainey’s death.
Maslenjak lied when applying for refugee status in the United States during the 1990s, both about her husband's service in a Bosnian militia unit implicated in war crimes and other matters.
However, similar cladding has been implicated in having worsened several previous fires.
Detectives following up on leads developed evidence implicating Pollins as the suspect, the Sheriff's Office said.
How serious is this in terms of implicating Kushner in anything untoward with the Russians?
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IMPLICATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of implicate for English Language Learners
: to show that someone or something is closely connected to or involved in something (such as a crime)
IMPLICATE Defined for Kids
Definition of implicate for Students
: to show to be connected or involved He's been implicated in the crime.
Legal Definition of implicate
1 : to involve as a consequence, corollary, or natural inference firing the federal employee because of her protest implicates the First Amendment
2 : to connect to a crime
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