inferential

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adjective in·fer·en·tial \ˌin-fə-ˈren(t)-shəl\

Definition of inferential

  1. 1 :  relating to, involving, or resembling inference

  2. 2 :  deduced or deducible by inference

Examples of inferential in a sentence

  1. <there is only inferential evidence that the ancient site was used for celebrations of the summer solstice>

Origin and Etymology of inferential

Medieval Latin inferentia, from Latin inferent-, inferens, present participle of inferre


First Known Use: 1657


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inferential

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adjective in·fer·en·tial \ˌin-fə-ˈren-chəl\

Legal Definition of inferential

  1. 1 :  relating to, involving, or resembling inference

  2. 2 :  deduced or deducible by inference


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