categories

[ kat-i-gawr-ee, -gohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF categories

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The first of Plato's categories or elements is the infinite.

We do not confuse the parts of speech with the categories of Logic.

If you mean to include me in either of these categories, sir, will you please to say which?

Hence I have here and there permitted myself liberties with these categories.

These were the two categories that comprehended all her theory.

The convicts are divided into three categories: good, middling, and bad.

The observer's nothing without his categories, his types and varieties.

The Army, also troubled by the categories, requested they be defined.

Now, I take as my creed the fruitful dictum: Think in other categories.

Quality is one of the nine categories of accident, and God has no accidents.