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Definition of "apodeictic" []

  • Of or stating the characteristic feature of a proposition that is necessary (or impossible), perfectly certain (or inconceivable) or incontrovertibly true (or false). (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "apodeictic" in a sentence
  • "For geometrical principles are always apodeictic, that is, united with the consciousness of their necessity, as: "Space has only three dimensions.""
  • "I believed it was apodeictic that Collins was not as well known, but it appears I was embrangled."
  • "It is apodeictic that the caliginosity of the agrestic embrangle periapts with mansuetude."