When one is going to be married, there is nothing like implicit
confidence; but never mind that, my boy, -- go and announce your arrival, and let her know all your hopes and prospects.
Let me recommend you, however, as a friend, not to give implicit
confidence to all his assertions; for as to Mr.
As regards the life and character of Edward Randolph, too implicit
credence has been given to Dr.
AT a consultation, held between Colonel Winslow and Captain Murray, [of the New England forces, charged with the duty of exiling the Acadians,] it was agreed that a proclamation should be issued at the different settlements, requiring the attendance of the people at the respective posts on the same day; which proclamation should be so ambiguous in its nature that the object for which they were to assemble could not be discerned, and so peremptory in its terms as to ensure implicit
To these and similar statistics, they listened with profound attention, and apparently, implicit
Behind this explicit resolution there lay an implicit
Those who pleased to do so were allowed to repose implicit
faith in an ill-favoured god with a large bottle-nose and fat shapeless arms crossed upon his breast; whilst others worshipped an image which, having no likeness either in heaven or on earth, could hardly be called an idol.
Both might have been influenced by early impressions; for, if the son of the loyal and gallant soldier bowed in implicit
obedience to the will of his sovereign, the descendant of the persecuted followers of Penn looked back with a little bitterness to the unmerited wrongs that had been heaped upon his ancestors.
I should have been much more so, however, had not long experience advised me not to trust, with too implicit
a reliance, the enthusiastic descriptions of my friend, the artist, when indulging in comments upon the loveliness of woman.
Mr Shepherd, a civil, cautious lawyer, who, whatever might be his hold or his views on Sir Walter, would rather have the disagreeable prompted by anybody else, excused himself from offering the slightest hint, and only begged leave to recommend an implicit
reference to the excellent judgement of Lady Russell, from whose known good sense he fully expected to have just such resolute measures advised as he meant to see finally adopted.
SHERLOCK HOLMES:--Lord Backwater tells me that I may place implicit
reliance upon your judgment and discretion.
There be also two false peaces, or unities: the one, when the peace is grounded, but upon an implicit
ignorance; for all colors will agree in the dark: the other, when it is pieced up, upon a direct admission of contraries, in fundamental points.