Definition of Nonimplication

1. Noun. (mostly logic) That which is not implied; the opposite of an implication. ¹



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Definition of Nonimplication

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonimplication

nonimmunized
nonimmunocompromised
nonimmunogenic
nonimmunosuppressed
nonimmunosuppressive
nonimmutable
nonimpact
nonimpacted
nonimpaired
nonimperative
nonimperial
nonimperialist
nonimperialistic
nonimplanted
nonimplicated
nonimplication (current term)
nonimplications
nonimplied
nonimport
nonimportable
nonimportant
nonimportation
nonimportations
nonimported
nonimporting
nonimposed
nonimpotent
nonimpregnated
nonimpressed
nonimpressionist

Literary usage of Nonimplication

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1. The Diseases of the Nervous System: A Textbook for Physicians and Students by Ludwig Hirt (1893)
"... the peculiarity of the motor disturbances, which are more marked in the lower than in the upper extremities, the nonimplication of the sphincters, ..."

2. On the Theory of Logic: An Essay by Carveth Read (1878)
"... and assign them symbols as follows: Coincidence £1 Noncoincidence a- Immediate Implication A Mediate Implication n nonimplication A Compatibility 0 ..."

3. The Michigan Digest Annotated: Embodying All Reported Decisions from the by Albert Poole Jacobs, Henry Allen Chaney, George Foster Longsdorf, Callaghan and Company (1921)
"Rights of parties under executed illegal public contracts and rule of nonimplication of contract against the public, see Public Contracts, V. tuerai right ..."

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