So far concerning the ascertainment of truth alone, in intangible regions of inquiry.
Among these is the ascertainment of the solidity of the globe.
Its major significance derives from its ascertainment of an effective alternative to monarchy.
Experiment, the great instrument for the ascertainment of truth in physical science, answers this question for us.
The ascertainment of this man's character and views seemed to be, in the first place, necessary.
Modern physiology sets forth as its chief ends: Firstly, the ascertainment of the facts and conditions of cell-life in general.
Finally: the ascertainment of the sanctity of color is not left to human sagacity.
It would not be easy to construct a system more repugnant to rational methods for the ascertainment of truth.
Accordingly, let us now attempt such Analysis and ascertainment and Exposure.
ascertainment of the many who perished was never had; neither did closest inquiry discover the origin of the fire.
early 15c., "to inform, to give assurance," from Anglo-French acerteiner, Old French acertener "to assure, certify" (13c.), from a "to" (see ad-) + certain "certain" (see certain). Modern meaning of "find out for sure by experiment or investigation" is first attested 1794. Related: Ascertained; ascertaining.