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Synonyms for implicate

implicate something or someone in something

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  • involve in
  • associate with
  • connect with
  • tie up with

Synonyms for implicate

to draw in so that extrication is difficult

to cause to appear involved in or guilty of a crime or fault

Synonyms for implicate

bring into intimate and incriminating connection

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impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result

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In this paper, the wholeness, implicate and explicate order are further explored with the help of a number of analogies drawn from the field of materials science and engineering.
He de scribed the implicate and explicate orders, stating, "The implicate order .
Swamy further said that even after the United States had declared the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) as an international terrorist organisation, the Congress hatched a new plan to implicate Bhagwat by introducing the nomenclature 'Hindu terror'.
That is when we decided that she will never be a credible witness because of her eager willingness to fabricate her testimony and implicate politicians in order to please government handlers,' De Lima said.
The statements of Major-General Jamil al-Sayyed made clear that the goal of Mehlis' investigation "had been, right from the start, to implicate the Syrian Arab Republic at any cost in the assassination," Moualem said.
The PML leader further said that there seems to be a consistent pattern to falsely implicate the Chaudhry Family in cases which have nothing to do with them and this is a politically motivated campaign.
Brad returns to Johnny's house in a bid to find evidence which will implicate the gang leader in the robbery, but risks implicating himself.
Much of the existing data used to implicate environmental agents in ASD is limited by methodological shortcomings and has not addressed the issue of gene-environment interactions.
The district court held that the handling of the inmate's prison grievances did not implicate his First Amendment right of access to courts.
They threatened the couple to implicate them into cases of terrorist activities and kept them bound till 2 pm.
He said most of the juveniles arrested were quick to admit their participation and to implicate others - until their parents interfered.
Blackstock said most of those arrested were quick to admit their participation and to implicate others - until their parents interfered.
Brain-imaging studies of obsessive-compulsive disorder, which often occurs in conjunction with Tourette syndrome, also implicate the caudate nucleus.
Thus, our study is consistent with more recent reports that implicate fluoroquinolone use as a risk factor for CDAD.