inferential

[ in-fuh-ren-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inferential

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFERENTIAL

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

And, as evidence, it is direct and intuitive, not inferential.

As to paragraphs and , the Evidence is indirect and inferential.

The inferential "therefore" is not to be found in this Epistle.

The only evidence, however, we can get at is indirect and inferential.

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

The realization of his hopes was more accidental than inferential.

His praise was all inferential, and this made it more delicate and delicious.

Indeed, all of it is inferential so far as the scripture is concerned.

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

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