from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. With respect to, or by means of, inference
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By way of inference; using inference.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inferential manner; by way of inference.
Senile atrophy is not uncommon, the atrophy resulting, as the name inferentially implies, from advancing age.
The clunker smell test: Plainly put, their piece is the worst kind of ersatz "investigative" reporting: lots of heavy breathing and over-reaching conclusions drawn from selectively using, twisting or ignoring facts, relying on innuendo and suggestion, and mischaracterizing crucial elements of the story to inferentially allege an impropriety where none exists.
P A Nelson: If one is going to posit divine creation for one primordial cell, there's not a great difference inferentially in positing multiple such origins.
If one is going to posit divine creation for one primordial cell, there's not a great difference inferentially in positing multiple such origins.
For countries featuring deficient rule of law and a record of judicial abuses, to receive a request from reputable voices of the international community to hold fair trials is, inferentially, the most flattering compliment.
There is absolutely nothing, nothing at all, in this statement that is even implicitly or inferentially different than what he's been saying for the last two years.
Usually inferentially — that is to say, what did you click on?
I have to say, however, that yours is the first time in about 2 years that I've been painted inferentially, not directly as a socialist; normally I receive the criticism of being a "market fundamentalist", invariably from people the left...
Another key point, suggested only inferentially: "that painful sense one has acted in an unacceptable way is another necessary emotion that is also largely missing from the person with NPD."
However, just as two events E1 and E2 (such as running quickly and running) could be logically related to one another in that it is not possible for one to occur without the other; so too speech act types S1 and S2 could be inferentially related to one another if it is not possible to perform one without performing the other.
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