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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to implicit:   (155 results)

Antonyms:
explicit, expressed

Often used in the same context:
explicit, tacit, unspoken, unambiguous, unstated, implied, overt, unequivocal, epistemic, unexceptionable, overarching, illusory, uncritical, inescapable, grudging, nonrational, delusory, sophistic, axiomatic, quid pro quo, rooseveltian, intrinsic, subliminal, paternalistic, assumptive, moral hazard, connotative, propositional, invidious, ideational, irrevocable, inherent, reflexive, perverse, inductive reasoning, categorical, unquestioning, priori, fortiori, unsubtle, inapt, unwritten, irrefutable, justificatory, generalized, ambiguous, posteriori, univocal, grandparental, textual, indubitable, countervailing, overriding, reciprocal, incommensurable, unvoiced, fatuous, underlying, reified, irreducible, mealymouthed, logical fallacy, marxian, intransitive, nonconscious, literal, unvarying, pernicious, unuttered, hortatory, uncoerced, unwarrantable, unarguable, unthinking, unarticulated, caveated, counterfactual, oversimplified, coercive, undebatable, prelapsarian, idee fixe, totalistic, noblesse oblige, vague, ostensible, equivocal, subjective, anathema, coextensive, inerrant, reductio ad absurdum, subconscious, putative, nefariousness, ex nihilo, empirical, privative, originary, ontological, triune, universalistic, disassociation, a., acknowledgement, acknowledgements, actualization, adjudication, adolescence, advocacy, affirmation, agenda, agendas, agreements, aim, anonymity, antisemitism, appeals, approval, articulation, articulations, ascription, simplistic, denotative, imprecise, notional, valid, analogical, generalised, probabilistic, semantical, applicable

Appears in the definition of:
overtone, social contract, undercurrent, undertone

Synonyms:
absolute, implicit in, implied, inexplicit, inherent, silent, tacit, underlying, understood, unexpressed, unquestioning, unsaid, unspoken, unstated, unuttered, unverbalized, unvoiced

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— Nouns for implicit: assumption, faith, obedience, confidence, assumptions, knowledge, memory theories, theory, belief, trust, more...

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See implicit used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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