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  • 1 inferrible — Inferable In*fer a*ble ([i^]n*f[ e]r [.a]*b l or [i^]n*f[e^]r ; 277), a. Capable of being inferred or deduced from premises. [Written also {inferrible}.] H. Spencer. [1913 Webster] A sufficient argument . . . is inferable from these premises.… …

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  • 2 inferrible — a. [Written also Inferable.] Deducible, to be inferred or concluded …

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  • 3 follow — I. v. a. 1. Come or go after or behind, go in the rear or in the wake of, tread in the steps of, tread on the heels of. 2. Succeed, come next, tread close upon. 3. Pursue, chase, run after, go after. 4. Attend, accompany, go along with, keep… …

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  • 4 infer — verb (inferred; inferring) Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French inferer, from Latin inferre, literally, to carry or bring into, from in + ferre to carry more at bear Date: 1528 transitive verb 1. to derive as a conclusion from facts… …

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  • 5 infer — inferable, inferible, inferrible, adj. inferably, adv. inferrer, n. /in ferr /, v., inferred, inferring. v.t. 1. to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence: They inferred his displeasure from his cool tone of voice. 2.… …

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  • 6 Inferable — In*fer a*ble ([i^]n*f[ e]r [.a]*b l or [i^]n*f[e^]r ; 277), a. Capable of being inferred or deduced from premises. [Written also {inferrible}.] H. Spencer. [1913 Webster] A sufficient argument . . . is inferable from these premises. Burke. [1913… …

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  • 7 inferable — a. [Written also Inferrible.] Deducible, to be inferred or concluded …

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