subaudition

noun
sub·au·di·tion | \ˌsəb-ȯ-ˈdi-shən \

Definition of subaudition 

: the act of understanding or supplying something not expressed : a reading between the lines

First Known Use of subaudition

1615, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for subaudition

Late Latin subaudition-, subauditio, from subaudire to understand, from Latin sub- + audire to hear — more at audible

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