Implicit

Im*plic"it

(?), a. [L. implicitus, p. p. of implicare to entwine, entangle, attach closely: cf. F. implicite. See Implicate.] 1. Infolded; entangled; complicated; involved. [Obs.] Milton.
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In his woolly fleece
I cling implicit.
Pope.
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2. Tacitly comprised; fairly to be understood, though not expressed in words; implied; as, an implicit contract or agreement. South.
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3. Resting on another; trusting in the word or authority of another, without doubt or reserve; unquestioning; complete; as, implicit confidence; implicit obedience.
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Back again to implicit faith I fall.
Donne.
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Implicit function. (Math.) See under Function.
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