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implicit

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of implicit

  1. 1 understood although not put into words the implicit agreement among members of the outing club is that everyone pays his or her own way on all trips Synonyms of implicit implied, tacit, unexpressed, unspoken, unvoiced, wordless Words Related to implicit inferred, presumed; construed, interpreted; unannounced, undeclared, unsaid, untold; hinted, insinuated, intimated, suggested Near Antonyms of implicit apparent, blatant, evident, manifest, obvious, plain, straightforward; unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakable Antonyms of implicit explicit, express, expressed, spoken, stated, voiced

  2. 2 having or showing a mind free from doubt members of the expedition must have implicit trust in their leaders Synonyms of implicit assured, clear, cocksure, confident, doubtless, certain, positive, sanguine, sureWords Related to implicit self-assured, self-conceited, self-confident; decisive, resolute, unfaltering, unhesitating, unquestioning, unwaveringNear Antonyms of implicit hesitant, indecisive, vacillating, wavering; diffident, unassumingAntonyms of implicit doubtful, dubious, uncertain, unsure

  3. 3 existing only as a possibility and not in fact there's a risk implicit in any overseas operation undertaken by the military Synonyms of implicit potential, possibleWords Related to implicit conceivable, generable, imaginable, plausible, thinkable; likely, probable; conjectural, hypothetical, suppositional, theoretical (also theoretic); alleged, assumed, purported, reputed, supposed; achievable, attainable, doable, feasible, practicable, viable, workableNear Antonyms of implicit authenticated, confirmed, demonstrated, established, proven, substantiated; authentic, bona fide, genuine, trueAntonyms of implicit actual, existent, factual, real



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