- of, pertaining to, by, or dependent upon inference.
Origin of inferential
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Examples from the Web for inferential
And that which is experienced ceases, the moment it is experienced, to be inferential.The Idea of God in Early Religions
F. B. Jevons
And, as evidence, it is direct and intuitive, not inferential.
As to paragraphs and , the Evidence is indirect and inferential.The Gunpowder Plot and Lord Mounteagle's Letter
Henry Hawkes Spink Jr.
The inferential "therefore" is not to be found in this Epistle.Expositor's Bible: The Epistles of St. John
The only evidence, however, we can get at is indirect and inferential.Opuscula
Robert Gordon Latham
- of, relating to, or derived from inference
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Word Origin and History for inferential
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