That this is wholly of recent growth, is not, of course, to be inferred.
Nothing as to the manners of the times can be inferred from this freak of an individual.
Mr. Galloway, at least, inferred this, and answered the look.
Tom inferred from these, and other expressions of the same nature, that he was jealous.
His industry may be inferred from the number of his engravings and etchings, of which he left not fewer than 1600.
Denial explicit or reserved, expressed or left to be inferred, is still a lie.
You observed this and inferred that the double experience was the single case possible.
The train of consequences which follows, is inferred by altering the predicate into 'not many.'
She paused, leaving the rest of the sentence to be inferred.
One might have inferred that, when his wife spoke like that, he usually came.