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Part of Speech
- a. To bring into intimate or incriminating connection
b. To involve in the nature or operation of something
- To involve as a consequence, corollary, or natural inference
The first known use of implicate was in the 15th century. The word comes from the Middle English, meaning to convey by implication, from Medieval Latin implicatus, past participle of implicare, from Latin, to entwine, involve
Usage and Examples
Here are some examples:
- He needed to find a way to implicate his business partner.
- The gun was left to implicate Howard.
- The evidence needed to do more than implicate the guilty party.