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  • Every one has a right to deduce what theory he can from his own experience. Cited from At Large, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • He further deduces that all of those who died had read the book.
  • So much he could not help deducing from what the man had already told him. Cited from Dr. Wortle's School, by Anthony Trollope
  • It had been held that nothing more can be deduced from current evidence.
  • He deduced that there is no evidence of such influence in the first ten books.
  • This soul and mind development he deduces from the physical development he sees about him. Cited from Men and Women, by Robert Browning
  • We then deduce from this knowledge that there is a prime number greater than two.
  • Nor can they be deduced from any previous knowledge, or they would not be first principles.
  • In his isolated, fixed position he could still deduce his true distance from the sun! Cited from The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2, by Warner
  • From these three types of information, we may deduce a number of properties.
  • They deduce that he must have run to the theatre and they find him there, sitting alone.
  • From what has thus come to me, I deduce three facts about this meeting. Cited from A Statement: On the Future of This Church, by John Haynes Holmes
  • Before we can deduce anything of permanent value we must consider very carefully both its conditions and results. Cited from Some Principles of Maritime Strategy, by Julian Stafford Corbett
  • In general, no additional meaning can be deduced from the sub-type letter.
  • I deduce the time of high-water at full and change to be ten minutes past seven in the morning. Cited from A Narrative Of The Mutiny on the Ship Bounty, by William Bligh
  • Your father is late, and you immediately deduce that something has detained him! Cited from Patty in Paris, by Carolyn Wells
  • She could deduce his entire history from that one fact. Cited from Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • He soon deduces that at the heart of the case is a trial which took place nearly ten years before.
  • From so vast a history we may hope to deduce some of the great laws of true success in life. Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • This means that the student knows only what has been taught to him and what has been deduced from it.
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Words starting with deduce

Meaning of deduce

  • verb Reason by deduction; establish by deduction
  • verb Conclude by reasoning; in logic