IMPLIC'ITLY, adv. By inference deducible, but not expressed in words; virtually; in reality, but not in name.

He that denies the providence of God, implicitly denies his existence.

1. By connection with something else; dependently; with unreserved confidence; without doubting, or without examining evidence. We are disposed to believe implicitly what a man of veracity testifies.

Learn not to dispute the methods of his providence,but humbly and implicitly to acquiesce in and adore them.