Of, relating to, resembling, or consisting of a syllogism or syllogisms.(adjective)
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Use "syllogistic" in a sentence
"Quoth the late great Richard Jeni: It's called syllogistic reasoning, and you get high and proof stuff all day!"
"The purpose of this letter is to place in clear, stark terms the syllogistic fallacy long misused by some Americans to promote religion in Government."
"This process is, therefore, usually illustrated in what is called the syllogistic form, thus:"