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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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The relevance implicativeness of these questions emerges from various design features.
Relevance implicativeness can also be emphasized by the use of "yknow" as a preface to a topic-initiating question, which proposes common knowledge, and phrases which are linguistically predisposed to elicit agreement, such as tag questions like "do you," "don't you," and "aren't you.
Research on the performance interview itself indicates that experienced managers are guided by a common cognitive set of expectations or a "cognitive script" regarding appropriate behavior in a performance appraisal and that these scripts consist of six "scenes" - opening, evaluation, information exchange, direction and goal-setting, pep talk, and closing (Gioia, Donnellon, & Sims, 1989); that managers and employees use question and answer adjacency pairs to demonstrate their understanding of the expectancy to ask and answer questions, to provide sequential implicativeness, and to provide close ordering (Adams, 1981); and that superiors and subordinates perceive the post-appraisal interview as a stressful and nonproductive situation (Finn & Fontaine, 1984).