Of, expressing, composed of, or based on an analogy: the analogical use of a metaphor. (adjective)
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Use "analogical" in a sentence
"Second, it has a certain analogical strength (particularly upon first impression)."
"If this is a Schiavo thing, it’s lacking in analogical power, but I’ll leave it at that."
"The difference is, that in the case of a complete induction it has been previously shown, by due comparison of instances, that there is an invariable conjunction between the former property or properties and the latter property; but in what is called analogical reasoning, no such conjunction has been made out."