Quite frankly, your generalization (one of many) that no 15-year-old is capable of writing as I did is false.
I had some people come up to me after and talk to me—‘Oh, I disagreed with that,’ ‘I thought that was a generalization.’
Ian McEwan: But we accept, for example, if you want to make a generalization, that a sample of two is about fine.
As Brooks says: "If we could not abstract, we could not generalize, for abstraction is a condition of generalization."
Ledwith had the poetic temperament, and the philosopher's power of generalization.
The generalization of the idea of price, while not original with Wicksteed, is interestingly developed by him in chaps.
It will be of interest to follow the testing of this generalization in other parts of the world.
When many things resemble each other in a few properties, we argue about them by generalization.
It is plain that the word suffered a generalization of meaning.
One respect in which my generalization is false is in picturing Detroit as young.
generalization gen·er·al·i·za·tion (jěn'ər-ə-lĭ-zā'shən)
The act or an instance of generalizing.
A principle, a statement, or an idea having general application.