suggested without being directly stated The seller had impliedly agreed to a Monday delivery, because the seller had delivered his produce to the buyer every Monday for the last two years.
- It was argued that he had impliedly consented (=agreed) to the interview.
- The actions by the Member State were expressly or impliedly authorised by the rules.
- The shareholder impliedly waived (=not demand something entitled to) its rights under the agreement.
- The statute impliedly prohibits (=not allow) this activity.
- Some legal writers consider impliedly to be an awkward word and suggest using implicitly in its place.