Thesaurus / inferential
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The realization of his hopes was more accidental than inferential.

This inferential method is especially involved in Circumstantial Evidence.

It is indirect and inferential, based upon the present phenomena of our moral nature.

It is ready to be interpreted and diversified by suitable minor premisses in all inferential applications.

AristotleGeorge Grote

A subsequent passage also contains an inferential mark of the individual soul, viz.

But it seems to me your argument against him is inferential, Mr. Shagarach.

The IncendiaryW. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

It must be understood that the knowledge of primitive man, as we are about to outline it, is inferential.

And that which is experienced ceases, the moment it is experienced, to be inferential.

The verbal casting-net is thrown in vain over these evanescent, inferential relations.

Records of a Family of EngineersRobert Louis Stevenson

The work of deduction is the interpretation of these formulas, and therefore, strictly speaking, is not inferential at all.

John Stuart Mill; His Life and WorksHerbert Spencer, Henry Fawcett, Frederic Harrison and Other Distinguished Authors

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