Definition of tacit

Common misspellings:
  • tacits (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. I was up at the House perhaps every other day we young people were supposed to be all in a company together down by the tennis lawns but indeed we dispersed and came and went by a kind of tacit understanding Guy and Philip each with one of the Fawney girls and I with Mary - The Passionate Friends by Herbert George Wells

  2. But before she ended she had made it clear that she was ready to grant him a tacit pardon and he had answered with a silly sarcasm the question that was to have led to peace - Indian Summer by William D. Howells

  3. In time there came to exist a tacit agreement between Richard and Warren that Mrs Willis was not to be worried and in the effort to spare her they assumed unconsciously a brotherly guardianship over the three girls for which their mother was silently grateful - Rainbow Hill by Josephine Lawrence