infer[ in-fur ]SEE DEFINITION OF infer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFER
There may be no reason to infer the existence of one from the appearance of the other.
As the universe shews wisdom and goodness, we infer wisdom and goodness.
From which I infer that you secretly think her manner equal to her looks?'
But have we a right to infer that it will permanently assert itself?
Then do you infer that these men who must stand at their work inherited the idea from their ancestors?
No, I don't; pray don't ask me to draw inferences; I might infer too much.
I should infer from all I hear that he has got the steam up.
You may, perhaps, infer from my remarks that I would have you resign.
From which we infer that Shakib was not open to reason on the subject.
Thus we are led to infer that the contradiction is an appearance only, and witchery of the senses.