Synonyms of 'implication'
The implication was obvious: vote for us or you'll be sorry.
There is absolutely no suggestion of any mainstream political party involvement.
I'd dropped a hint about having an exhibition of his work.
There were two inferences to be drawn from her letter.
I became more aware of the symbols and their meanings.
a powerful story, with religious overtones
The report was based on rumours and innuendo.
I did not have any intimation that he was going to resign.
It isn't right to bring a good man down by rumour and insinuation.
Implication in a murder finally brought him to the gallows.
He was acutely aware of the political implications of his decision.
Her lawyers said she understood the consequences of her actions.
This is the result of eating too much fatty food.
There has been a significant development in the case.
These issues have powerful personal and political ramifications.
So the upshot is we're going for lunch on Friday.
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Your association with a person or a thing such as an organization is the connection that you have with them.
The association between the two companies stretches back 30 years.
A connection is a relationship between two things, people, or groups.
There is no evidence of any connection between BSE and the brain diseases recently confirmed in cats.
Thesaurus for implication from the Collins English Thesaurus
The implications of something are the things that are likely to happen as a result .