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synonyms for determinants

  • encouragement
  • enticement
  • impetus
  • motivation
  • reason
  • stimulus
  • allurement
  • bait
  • carrot
  • catalyst
  • come on
  • consideration
  • determinant
  • drive
  • excuse
  • exhortation
  • goad
  • ground
  • impulse
  • incitement
  • influence
  • insistence
  • inspiration
  • instigation
  • motive
  • persuasion
  • provocation
  • purpose
  • rationale
  • spring
  • spur
  • stimulant
  • stimulation
  • temptation
  • urge
  • whip
  • reason why
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antonyms for determinants

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  • discouragement
  • hindrance
  • deterrent
  • dislike
  • prevention
  • block
  • turnoff
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How to use determinants in a sentence

These determinants control the parts of the developing embryo,—in what manner need not here concern us.
EVOLUTION IN MODERN THOUGHTERNST HAECKEL
But since all living entities vary, the determinants must also vary, now in a favourable, now in an unfavourable direction.
EVOLUTION IN MODERN THOUGHTERNST HAECKEL
He believes also that there are many more such "determinants" than are necessary for the reproduction of the cell.
THE MEANING OF EVOLUTIONSAMUEL CHRISTIAN SCHMUCKER
Several factors act as soil determinants: Fertility; physical characters; soil heat.
THE GRAPES OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
They are much more important determinants of future sensations than is anything which can now be calculated.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
We may indeed safely start from the assumption that impulse and habit, not thought, are the primary determinants of conduct.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
This microcosm, again, consists of a number of minor vital units called determinants, which cohere according to an orderly plan.
THE BIOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF TO-DAYOSCAR HERTWIG
Ultimately, when the whole body is formed, the cells contain only their own kind of determinants.
THE BIOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF TO-DAYOSCAR HERTWIG
One set of these double determinants remains latent, the other becomes active.
THE BIOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF TO-DAYOSCAR HERTWIG
The histological character of every cell in a multicellular organism is determined by a single determinant (cell-determinants).
THE BIOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF TO-DAYOSCAR HERTWIG
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