indirect

[ in-duh-rekt, -dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indirect

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIRECT

Then here is indirect heredity, that of the collateral branches.

Do not grudge labour where the return may be remote and indirect.

The lights which he throws on his subject are indirect, but they are not the less real for that.

Moreover the science has indirect effects, which are not small.

It would be difficult, however, to overestimate its indirect consequences.

There are other indirect 375 benefits derived from metaphysical study.

To this indirect reference to Miss Warren and her brother Pearson made no reply.

It is not indirect lighting; the ceiling and the walls are not reflecting it at all.

In addition to these direct, there were many other indirect sacrifices.

The causes of disease therefore may be divided into two classes, direct and indirect.

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