But much more than this appears to be deducible from the medieval masons' marks.
Evidence to the same effect is deducible from a Japanese custom.
This interpretation is not only deducible in a very obvious manner from the fable itself, but is likewise agreeable to experience.
But this with its historically not deducible power is the decisive thing.
From the origin of a colony is deducible its whole political and social structure.
Many very important conclusions are deducible from the facts recorded in these valuable tables.
True it is that all these consequences were deducible from it as matter of argument, and flowed from it in fact.
Sometimes it is alleged to be deducible from the power to regulate commerce.
It is deducible however as a necessity by an exercise of the reasoning faculties.
I am aware of the etymology; but I contend that there is an universal and immutable truth, deducible from the nature of things.
early 15c., from Latin deducere "lead down, derive" (in Medieval Latin, "infer logically"), from de- "down" (see de-) + ducere "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Originally literal; sense of "draw a conclusion from something already known" is first recorded 1520s, from Medieval Latin. Related: Deduced; deducing.