Imply and Infer

To imply is to suggest or hint at something.

To infer is to deduce something or to figure it out.

Joe says to Sam, "Sam, I don't think you got that money from legitimate investments."

Joe is implying that Sam is dishonest.  Sam can infer that Joe doesn't trust him.

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