logical

[ loj-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF logical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOGICAL

This, however, is not the logical way in which to plan meals.

The Scots are proud of their nobility, alliance to the crown, and logical subtleties.

Mattup had killed a man, so it was logical he should be punished.

The moment Charley's logical faculty was excited his perception was impartial.

And,' said Mr Willet, arriving at his logical conclusion, 'is to be treated accordingly.'

The standpoint of the former is logical; that of the latter psychological.

Such oppositions are rarely carried to their logical conclusion.

There is, then, nothing final about a logical rendering of experience.

There was no link wanting; the chain of heredity, logical and implacable, was unbroken.

The truth is, Theaetetus, that we have long been infected with logical impurity.

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