deduce

[ dih-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF deduce

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEDUCE

If you deduce a good Providence from the good things in nature, what do you make of the evil?

I deduce that a lot of my sweetness has been wasted on the desert air.

It was not given to him to deduce from his splendid work the results to which they were destined to lead.

Now, from this fact, the philosopher will at once deduce the climate of this region.

Or could you deduce from the existence of frontal horns that the animal ruminates?

We deduce a conviction as to what we may best do when the case arises again.

We can deduce all our maxims of conduct from the man himself as he is before us.

From this it is not difficult to deduce both love and righteousness.

From all that I deduce what seems to me the only possible motive.

Vain, therefore, the effort to deduce it from a simple principle.

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