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noun as in conclusion, deduction

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If I were you, I would be careful about drawing any inferences from that.

The findings are indeed fascinating, but Kudrna is careful not to allow any easy inferences.

“I think that certain things said by Mr. Malis are either unfair, incorrect, or draw inappropriate inferences,” he intoned.

If there be in it any inferences which I may believe to be falsely drawn, I do not now and here, argue against them.

Mollie King was photographed wearing 'Royal Blue' yesterday, and the Daily Mail is making inferences....

Stung to the soul, Louis threw himself at her feet, to proclaim his innocence of all these inferences, before heaven and her.

The practical inferences to be drawn from these facts regarding the value of soils are of the highest importance.

There would have to be reservations in any inferences drawn from these figures.

This doctrine is true and I hope that another year you will draw some practical inferences from it.

On the contrasts of acts themselves, the reader will make his own remarks and inferences.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inferences, such as: presumption, conjecture, interpretation, supposition, assumption, and reasoning.

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