Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. inferre, to bring into, bring forward, occasion, infer; pref. in-, in + ferre, to carry, bring: cf. F. inférer,. See 1 st Bear
What inferences do you draw from the derivation of them?
"A Handbook of the English Language" by Robert Gordon Latham
I hope that I may infer that Sir John felt that his debtor had something to say for himself.
"The Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I." by Sir Leslie Stephen
Darwin inferred that there must be a rocky summit within the lagoon, below the surface of the water.
"The Meaning of Evolution" by Samuel Christian Schmucker
What do we infer from the fact?
"Leading Articles on Various Subjects" by Hugh Miller
It would, however, be wrong to infer that science itself has nothing to fear from dilettantism.
"Introduction to the Study of History" by Charles V. Langlois
The inference is obvious.
"Ireland as It Is" by Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
The qualifications here and there demanded would not, if made, affect the inferences.
"Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I" by Herbert Spencer
The inference here follows necessarily from the premises.
"Old-Fashioned Ethics and Common-Sense Metaphysics" by William Thomas Thornton
It is not afraid of the skin itself; why should it infer that squirrels, for instance, are?
"Ways of Nature" by John Burroughs
The Lutaos could have come to these islands from the regions whence it is inferred that the others have come.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 - Volume 40 of 55" by Francisco Colin
It was your way, my dear,
To be gone without a word
When callers, friends, or kin
Had left, and I hastened in
To rejoin you, as I inferred.
"Without Ceremony" by Thomas Hardy
It was August the third,
And quite soft was the skies;
Which it might be inferred
That Ah Sin was likewise;
Yet he played it that day upon William
And me in a way I despise.
"Plain Language From Truthful James" by Francis Bret Harte
"As well. Just so. Not worse, not better. No,
Next morning found the Nation still divided;
Since all were slain, the inference is plain
They left the point they fought for undecided."
"How To Not Settle It" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
But there it was! And you'll infer
I had not very long to wait
Before my red-hot love for her
Turned to unutterable hate.
So, when this state of things I found,
I naturally had her drowned.
"Bluebeard" by Harry Graham
"My growth is not YOUR business, Sir!"
"No more it is, my boy!
But if it's YOURS, as I infer,
Why, Brown, I give you joy!
A man, whose business prospers so,
Is just the sort of man to know!
"Size And Tears" by Lewis Carroll
TANS. I do not intend to infer that; for I will hold of highest wisdom
him who could really say at one time the opposite of what he says at
another--never was I less gay than now; or, never was I less sad than at
"The Heroic Enthusiasts - Part The First =Second Dialogue.=" by Giordano Bruno
The engineers and other experts featured in each program make many inferences about ancient building techniques.
They base their inferences on a variety of sources, including oral histories, paintings, texts, artifacts, and ruins.
New Logical Foundations of Probability and Statistical Inference.
He inferred that instances of slave murder, torture and rape were common.
In the study, Rankin and her colleagues made use of The Awareness of Social Inference Test, or TASIT, which uses videotaped subtle-as-a-sledgehammer scenarios of people lying or being sarcastic .
Semantic inference is an important component in many natural language understanding applications.
Classical approaches to semantic inference rely on complex logical representations.
Can a sincere Christian safely infer that both are acceptable.
In fact, often the answers you give are less important than the inferences that an interviewer makes from them.
Inferring local ecological processes amid species pool influences p600.
Seeing that an AP reporter is too professional to submit a story which was not based on confirmed sources (ostensibly the Obama campaign in this case), the inference s...
First, as part of the submission process, authors will complete a questionnaire that describes, in detail, the study's rationale, method , results and interpretation, helping to accurately assess the fit between inferences and methods.
Retrodict ret-ruh-DIKT (verb) To utilize present information or ideas to infer or explain (a past event or state of affairs) - www.merriam-webster.com.
That would eliminate any inference of a conflict of interest.
Omega demonstrates inference for e-pedigree—cartons to case.
We infer that (3.9) is a linear combination of the products of the Fourier transforms of integrable functions.
Determinantal random point fields
From these relations and the universality of the β = 2 results, one can then infer the universality of the β = 1 and β = 4 results.
Random Matrix Theory and Chiral Symmetry in QCD
Prescriptive type inference as an application of abduction.
It was then inferred a distribution ∼ 1/r2 of non luminous matter (dark matter) which should contribute to the ﬂatness of the rotation curves.
Quintessence-like Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies
The (e/h)LAr ratio and the function fπ0 ,LAr (7) can be inferred from the energy dependent (e/π)LAr ratios.
Hadron Energy Reconstruction for the ATLAS Barrel Prototype Combined Calorimeter in the Framework of the Non-parametrical Method