implicational

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Adj.1.implicational - relating to or concerned with logical implication; " implicational language universals"
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A common claim in the literature is that voiced stop inventories are implicationally ordered (Gamkrelidze 1975; Sherman 1975; etc.).
It would seem incontrovertible that if someone sees an event occur, it necessarily, or implicationally, occurred.
As Kaufer and Neuwirth assert, "our memory of words and larger linguistic units is so implicationally rich that the number of evocations compatible with immediate context will invariably exceed the number the speaker intended to convey" (81).