inferences

[ in-fer-uh ns, -fruh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF inferences

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Let us see how far these inferences from plain facts are borne out from his works.

All inferences from experience, therefore, are effects of custom, not of reasoning7.

This intelligence is exclusive; and I leave you and your readers to draw their own inferences from it.

My inferences are my own, but I shall be answerable for the facts.

It is the inferences we draw from this fact that are different.

These are confirmatory of his inferences from the experiments on rabbits.

For, indeed, there was no shadow of reason for his inferences.

But inferences like these may not be trusted, as history demonstrates.

And Erasmus wished to avoid the inferences which assailed doctrine.

He narrates the plain facts and leaves the reader to draw his inferences.