quantified

[ kwon-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF quantified
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In judgments, and therefore in propositions, indefinite predicates are the rule, quantified predicates the exception.

The predicate of this minor must be assumed as quantified in thought, the subject being taken as co-extensive therewith.

If quantified, the amounts of resources wasted in these coping manoeuvres is, probably, mind numbing.

Infinite is employed to denote the absence of all limitation—that which can not be bounded, measured, quantified.

This latter peculiarity was not to take hold in the language; but the quantified or mainly syllabic arrangement was.

It may not be accounted scientific to take cognizance of any element which cannot be quantified, counted, weighed, or measured.

But the verses as quantified are really dochmiac, and the only attempts I have seen.

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