Definition of Impletions

1. Noun. (plural of impletion) ¹



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Definition of Impletions

1. impletion [n] - See also: impletion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impletions

implementations
implemented
implementer
implementers
implementing
implementing partner
implementor
implementors
implements
implements of war
implete
impleted
impletes
impleting
impletion
impletions (current term)
implex
implexes
implexion
implexions
impliable
implicand
implicands
implicant
implicants
implicate
implicated
implicates
implicating
implication

Literary usage of Impletions

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1. The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown (1851)
"... and none are really necessary to the construction ; yet some grammarians will parse it with the following impletions, or more : "And that man was a ..."

2. The Resurrection Revealed: Or, The Dawning of the Day-star by Nathaniel Homes (1833)
"I have often admonished, that the grand promises, touching Christ's kingdom, have their gradual, successive, progressive impletions. ..."

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