How Do You Spell IMPLYING?

Correct spelling for the English word "Implying" is [ɪmplˈa͡ɪɪŋ], [ɪmplˈa‍ɪɪŋ], [ɪ_m_p_l_ˈaɪ_ɪ_ŋ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of IMPLYING

  1. of Imply

Common Misspellings for IMPLYING

Below is the list of 242 misspellings for the word "implying".

Usage Examples for IMPLYING

  1. What is she implying? - "Doctor Cupid" by Rhoda Broughton
  2. You're implying that their kind of people are not as nice as our kind, and that hurts my feelinks, and you know it. - "Patty Blossom" by Carolyn Wells
  3. I guard myself from implying the full acquiescence of seamen in what is, of course, a caricature; few seamen, few who have tried, really enjoy bad weather. - "From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life" by Captain A. T. Mahan
  4. The principle developed slowly, as a part of the long movement that has brought the royal authority under the control of public opinion; not that the process was altogether conscious, or the steps deliberately planned, but taking constitutional history as a whole, we can see that it tended to a result, and in speaking of this it is natural to use terms implying an intent which the actors did not really possess. - "The Government of England (Vol. I)" by A. Lawrence Lowell
  5. There was a reported remark by Turcas, his assistant, implying that the ability to achieve a position did not mean the ability to fill it. - "The Last Shot" by Frederick Palmer