Which preposition to use with implications

of Occurrences 80%

The "sir" stuck out of pure habit; it carried no real implication of respect.

in Occurrences 19%

Because there is a social implication in compensate which is not contained in pay.

with Occurrences 6%

But here, forsooth, a blind implication with nothing expressed, an "implied" faith without works, is omnipotent.

as Occurrences 4%

Five kinds of poetry are mentioned by name in the Poetics: epic, dramatic, dithyrambic, nomic, and satiric; and lyric is included by implication as a form of epic, where the poet narrates in his own person.[10]

for Occurrences 2%

Here he seemed to allow by implication for Peetka's prejudicethere were two kinds of pale-face strangersand on an impulse he drew out Muckluck's medal.

from Occurrences 1%

No such direct grant of power to the circuit court of this District is claimed, but it has been held to result by necessary implication from several sections of the law establishing the court.

on Occurrences 1%

Although all songs, caricatures, and writings reflecting on the perfidy of the Duke of Burgundy, and by implication on the folly of the King, were forbidden under severe penalties, and even all manner of talking birds which might be taught the hateful word "Peronne" had been seized by the royal officers, he had not the heart to visit Paris.

to Occurrences 1%

Psychologically, indeed, as well as practically, the vote connotes all sorts of different implications to the women of today, contemporaries though they are.

against Occurrences 1%

And in view of the custom of ages, and the instinct in woman formed by such custom (when instinct makes the establishing of Individuality the very hardest thing in life for a generous woman), I think that your implication against the woman, trying with all the light she's got to keep her side of that very one-sided contract is simplycruel!

of Occurrences 1%

The Ethical Implications of Bergson's Philosophy: Una Bernard Sait.

among Occurrences 1%

This constant implication among Niggertown inhabitants that Niggertown and all it held was worthless, mean, unhuman depressed Peter.

at Occurrences 1%

He saw the implications at once.

before Occurrences 1%

" "Yes, you had better go, for these Easterlings are notorious pagans" "Now other persons have been pagans once upon a time, dear snip" "A great many things are much worse, Manuel," says Niafer, with that dark implication before which Dom Manuel always fidgeted, because there was no telling what it might mean.

down Occurrences 1%

If anybody talks while I'm about, I'll ram the implication down his throat!

Which preposition to use with  implications