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Definition of "deduces" [deduces]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deduce. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deduces" in a sentence
  • "The answer, as Graeme McMillan rightly deduces, is so they can claim to have a woman writing the title and so they can release a hardback collection with her name prominently listed on the cover."
  • "In conversation at our table he held out to our gentry of the same stamp, Hamilton and Cartwright, the doctrine that assimilates States to private families and deduces from the child growing up into manhood and being capable to take care of himself and that it is right and natural for a son to set up for himself and by a just inference that such is the disposition and tendency of all States."
  • "Spondanus (A.D. 1445, No. 7,) assigns seven or eight years to the reign of the last Constantine which he deduces from a spurious epistle of Eugenius IV. to the king of Aethiopia.] 48 Phranza (l.iii. c."
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