- (in distinctive feature analysis) characterized by relatively extensive contact or constriction between the articulating organs, as the (sh) in show in contrast to the (s) in so.
Origin of distributed
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Examples from the Web for undistributed
That an extreme, if undistributed in a Premise, may not be distributed in the Conclusion.The Art of Logical Thinking
William Walker Atkinson
The minor term, therefore, is undistributed, and the conclusion must be particular.
The undistributed outside lands to be disposed of comprised eighty-four hundred acres.A Backward Glance at Eighty</p>
Charles A. Murdock
As a matter of mere convenience, the percentages for age 21 are made to include also the undistributed pupils in Table V.The High School Failures
Francis P. Obrien
For, if not, the minor premise being affirmative, the middle term will be undistributed.
- logic (of a term) referring only to some members of the class designated by the term, as doctors in some doctors are overworked
- commerce (of a profit) not paid in dividends to the shareholders of a company but retained to help finance its trading
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