illative


1il·la·tive

noun \ˈi-lə-tiv, i-ˈlā-\

Definition of ILLATIVE

1
:  a word (as therefore) or phrase (as as a consequence) introducing an inference
2
:  illation 2

First Known Use of ILLATIVE

1591

2illative

adjective

Definition of ILLATIVE

il·la·tive·ly adverb

First Known Use of ILLATIVE

1611

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