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Usage examples for infers

  1. 51. The former example being simply elliptical of the antecedent, he judges the latter to be so too; and infers, " that what is nothing more than a relative pronoun, and includes nothing else." – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  2. Mr. Maler infers from this that, being more highly conventionalized, they were of a later date than the previous examples. – The Fundamental Principles of Old and New World Civilizations by Zelia Nuttall
  3. In the title prefixed to his manuscript, he is styled President of the Council of the Indies, a post of high authority, which infers a weight of character in the party, and means of information, that entitle his opinions on colonial topics to great deference. – History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru-with-a-preliminary-view-of-the-civilization-of-the-Incas by Prescott, William Hickling
  4. Being spoken to but one, it infers no universal command. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  5. The largest group of pueblos, one infers from the number of visible mounds, was built upon the Chapin Mesa several miles north of the above- mentioned cliff- dwelling near a reservoir known to- day as Mummy Lake. – The Book of the National Parks by Robert Sterling Yard
  6. This learned man then infers that " These brazen heads could have no reasoning faculties, for nothing altered their nature; they said what they had to say, which no one could contradict; and having said their say, you might have broken the head for anything more that you could have got out of it. – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli
  7. Fourth, the climax of the argument is reached when the Apostle infers the endless duration of Christ’ s one priesthood. – The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews by Thomas Charles Edwards
  8. The law infers that the keen instinct of self- preservation will force the accused to secure the strongest possible legal defenders; and failing in this, the law perfunctorily assigns counsel to present testimony in defence. – At the Mercy of Tiberius by August Evans Wilson
  9. From the circumstance that there is, first, the mention of the name, and, then, the statement of its signification, " And I gather all nations, and bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and plead with them there," Hofmann infers that the name must have already existed as a proper name. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  10. He does not know that some grammarians have contended that ay in day is a proper diphthong, in which both the vowels are heard; but, so pronouncing it himself, infers from the experiment, that there is no simpler sound of the vowel a. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
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