Imply means “to state indirectly.”
Infer means “to draw a conclusion.”
You may infer something from an implication, but you would not imply something from an inference.
Do you use these words correctly?
Incorrect: He implied that she was from New Zealand by her accent.
Correct: He inferred that she was from New Zealand by her accent.
Incorrect: The article inferred that the economy was unstable.
Correct: The article implied that the economy was unstable.
Correct: He inferred from the article that the economy was unstable.
Unequivocal or Unequivocable?
Unequivocal means “leaving no doubt.”
Unequivocable does not exist.
Equivocal, equivocally, and unequivocally are all legitimate words with the same root.
Similarly, equivocable, equivocably, and unequivocable do not exist.
Words and their meaning
conundrum |kəˈnəndrəm| -a confusing and difficult problem or question
loquacious |lōˈkwā sh əs| – “talkative” from Latin loquax (talk)
hubris |ˈ(h)yoōbris| – excessive pride or self-confidence.