connote

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To express without overt reference; to imply
To possess an inseparable related condition; to imply as a logical consequence

Poverty connotes hunger.

To signify beyond its literal or principal meaning

Racism often connotes an underlying fear or ignorance.

To require as a logical predicate to consequence
to mean; signify
{v} to denote, to imply
involve as a necessary condition of consequence; as in logic; "solving the problem is predicated on understanding it well"
To imply as an attribute
express or state indirectly
To mark along with; to suggest or indicate as additional; to designate by implication; to include in the meaning; to imply
{f} imply, suggest, hint, insinuate, infer
If a word or name connotes something, it makes you think of a particular idea or quality. The term `organization' often connotes a sense of neatness. = suggest, imply. if a word connotes something, it makes you think of qualities and ideas that are more than its basic meaning denote (connotare, from com- ( COM-) + notare )
involve as a necessary condition of consequence; as in logic; "solving the problem is predicated on understanding it well
connoted
past of connote
connotes
third-person singular of connote
connoting
present participle of connote
connote
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