apodeictic

apodictic (ˌæpəˈdɪktɪk)

/ (ˌæpəˈdaɪktɪk) /

adjective

unquestionably true by virtue of demonstration
logic archaic
  1. necessarily true
  2. asserting that a property holds necessarily

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Derived forms of apodeictic

apodeictically or apodictically, adverb

Word Origin for apodeictic

C17: from Latin apodīcticus, from Greek apodeiktikos clearly demonstrating, from apodeiknunai to demonstrate
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