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inferred

[ in-furd ]
/ ɪnˈfɜrd /
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adjective
derived by reasoning or concluded from evidence, or provisionally identified through either of these methods: An inferred weapon is one that we know exists due to forensic analysis of material from the crime scene.
assumed as a result of estimation or speculation: Investors should note the guesswork involved in the company's inferred mineral deposit, absent the site visit and technical report of a legally qualified person.
implied or hinted at: If I understand correctly, the inferred suggestion is that the journalist got his information from the victim's family.
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Origin of inferred

OTHER WORDS FROM inferred

qua·si-in·ferred, adjectiveun·in·ferred, adjective
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