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It tries to educe—that is, draw out—what is in the child already; its own native instincts and native conscience.
WESTMINSTER SERMONSCHARLES KINGSLEY
To preserve and educe all we possibly can obtain from their situation, and purpose, is a main duty to history.
HOW TO OBSERVE IN ARCHAEOLOGYVARIOUS
We do not have to draw out or educe positive activities from a child, as some educational doctrines would have it.
DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATIONJOHN DEWEY
Much might be said on the teleology by which he tries to educe intelligence from the primordial strife.
SCHOPENHAUERTHOMAS WHITTAKER
But the powers always resided in living forms which he detected and measurably learned to educe and control.
WITCHCRAFT OF NEW ENGLAND EXPLAINED BY MODERN SPIRITUALISMALLEN PUTNAM
The methods of Providence often educe choicest good from most direful evils.
WITCHCRAFT OF NEW ENGLAND EXPLAINED BY MODERN SPIRITUALISMALLEN PUTNAM
From classic stores, he could educe the novel jeu d'esprit; from fanciful premises, the most amusing conclusions.
THE KNICKERBOCKER, VOL. 10, NO. 2, AUGUST 1837VARIOUS
From this text it would be logical to educe a cyclopedia every month or so.
THE CHURCH OF ST. BUNCOGORDON CLARK
He must keep his own education above that of his fellows and he must become able to educe.
SEED THOUGHTS FOR SINGERSFRANK HERBERT TUBBS
Paul waved the lamp to and fro, trying to educe the wicked expression that had frightened Barbara.
THE SHADOW OF THE CZARJOHN R. CARLING
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WORDS RELATED TO EDUCE

  • advancing
  • deriving
  • disclosing
  • educing
  • elaborating
  • emerging
  • enlarging
  • excogitating
  • expanding
  • getting
  • growing
  • increasing
  • maturing
  • obtaining
  • opening
  • resulting
  • ripening
  • unfolding
  • working out
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