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  • as indeduction
  • as inmentioning
  • as inrumination
  • as inthought

synonyms for inferring

  • answer
  • assumption
  • cogitation
  • consequence
  • consideration
  • contemplation
  • corollary
  • deliberation
  • derivation
  • finding
  • illation
  • inference
  • judgment
  • meditation
  • musing
  • opinion
  • ratiocination
  • reasoning
  • reflection
  • result
  • rumination
  • speculation
  • thinking
  • thought
  • concluding
  • mulling
  • pondering
  • sequitur
See also synonyms for: inferrings

antonyms for inferring

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  • cause
  • disdain
  • disregard
  • ignorance
  • neglect
  • reality
  • source
  • truth
  • confusion
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    How to use inferring in a sentence

    Yet the challenges experienced over this year, and the pivots and adjustments they’ve triggered, allow us to infer what may lie around the corner.
    WHEN BROADWAY COMES BACK: 5 WAYS THE PANDEMIC WILL TRANSFORM THE LIVE THEATER INDUSTRYMATTHEWHEIMERDECEMBER 13, 2020FORTUNE
    By then, I had started my work on mapping dark matter using gravitational lensing, proposing a new way to infer its granularity.
    FIVE SCIENTISTS ON THE HEROES WHO CHANGED THEIR LIVES - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSALAN LIGHTMAN, HOPE JAHREN, ROBERT SAPOLSKY,DECEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
    From the shapes and sizes of these hypothetical structures, the scientists could infer whether, and in what manner, dark matter particles interact with themselves.
    THE SEARCH FOR DARK MATTER IS DRAMATICALLY EXPANDINGCHARLIE WOODNOVEMBER 23, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
    You might infer that if someone was a good and competent leader, there would be a pretty good chance that their close relatives, like their children, who have 50 percent of their genes, would also be good leaders.
    WHY WE JUDGE PEOPLE BASED ON THEIR RELATIVES - FACTS SO ROMANTICDIANA FLEISCHMANNOVEMBER 11, 2020NAUTILUS
    This suggests that brains use combinations of generative and recognition models not just to recognize and characterize objects but to infer the causal structures inherent in scenes, all in an instant.
    DEEP NEURAL NETWORKS HELP TO EXPLAIN LIVING BRAINSANIL ANANTHASWAMYOCTOBER 28, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
    Perhaps all that we are warranted in inferring from it is that the annual procession was, that year, of unusual splendour.
    THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
    "Rational" refers to the power of knowledge, of inferring one thing from another, and discriminating between good and evil.
    A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
    He saw a light in Julie's window and inferring that she had not yet retired he went hastily to her room and knocked on the door.
    THE HOSTS OF THE AIRJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
    "Then your wife will not go," answered George, inferring that his services would be required because hers could not be had.
    FROM FARM HOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSEWILLIAM M. THAYER
    How may certain former changes of sea-level be accounted for without inferring any movement of the land?
    GEOLOGYJAMES GEIKIE
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