- 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</p>
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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