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implication the act of stating something indirectly; act of implying. [4 definitions]
implicit implied rather than directly stated. [3 definitions]
implied involved or suggested by implication rather than declaration; tacit; implicit.
implode to violently collapse or compress inward.
implore to beg urgently of (someone) or for (something); beseech. [2 definitions]
imply to signal (a meaning) without directly stating such meaning; suggest. [2 definitions]
impolite not polite; rude.
impolitic not showing good sense or judgment; unwise or injudicious.
imponderable unable to be evaluated or calculated accurately. [2 definitions]
import to bring in from an outside origin, esp. to bring in (merchandise) from a foreign country. [7 definitions]
importable combined form of import.
importance the state of being important; significance or consequence. [2 definitions]
important having relatively great significance or value. [4 definitions]
importantly a word used to emphasize the importance of what is being said.
importation the act or business of bringing in foreign goods. [2 definitions]
importer a person or business that brings items in from another country so that they may be sold as merchandise.
importunate urgent or stubbornly persistent in making a demand or request.
importune to pester with insistent demands or requests. [3 definitions]
importunity the quality or condition of being persistently demanding. [2 definitions]
impose to institute or establish as something to be fulfilled or borne. [3 definitions]
impose on to intrude upon without invitation or at an unsuitable time. [2 definitions]