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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Implicate

IM'PLICATE, verb transitive [Latin implico, implicatus; in and plico, to fold.]

1. To infold; to involve; to entangle. [Seldom used in its literal sense.]

2. To involve; to bring into connection with; also, to show or prove to be connected or concerned; as, the evidence does not implicate the accused person in this conspiracy.