Induction synonyms

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The definition of inference is an educated guess made through observation.
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(Mathematics) The simplification of an expression without changing its value.
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A principle, statement, or idea having general application.
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1992, Rudolf M. Schuster, The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America: East of the Hundredth Meridian, volume V, page vii
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The act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office
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Reasoning; the process of exact, rational, reasoning something through.
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The ability to come to opinions about things; power of comparing and deciding; understanding; good sense
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(Mathematics, philology) A statement likely to be true based on available evidence, but which has not been formally proven.
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The process of electrical attraction
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The process by which a substance, such as iron, becomes magnetized by a magnetic field.
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The process of electrical attraction
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The process of electrical attraction
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A ceremony, ritual, test, or period of instruction with which a new member is admitted to an organization or office or to knowledge.
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A system of machinery or other apparatus set up for use.
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An initial section of a book or article, which introduces the subject material.
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The act of ordaining or the state of being ordained.
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The act or ceremony of consecrating; the state of being consecrated; dedication.
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The process of being initiated
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A formal investing as with an office, power, or authority, often with appropriate symbols or robes
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A monetary payment exacted by a government in wartime.
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The process of being initiated
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A motive for an action or a determination.
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Electric current used or regarded as a source of power.
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The process or method of selecting one or more individuals from a group, as for a service or duty:
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A variety from which to choose
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(Sports) a blocked shot
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taking in, initiation
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The act of expelling or the state of being expelled.
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A deduction is defined as when something, especially money, is taken away.
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A speech given by a person being formally inducted into office.
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The act of inaugurating, or inducting into office with solemnity; investiture by appropriate ceremonies.
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An amount levied; tax, fine, etc.
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An introductory section preceding the main text of a book or other document; a preface or introduction.
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A program, as on television, scheduled to precede another.
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The definition of an overture is an introduction, or an action that shows someone might be ready to take a certain action.
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The introduction to a formal document that explains its purpose.
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An introductory statement to a book, telling its purpose, plan, etc., esp. a brief one written by the book's author
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(Music) A piece or movement that serves as an introduction to another section or composition and establishes the key, such as one that precedes a fugue, opens a suite, or precedes a church service.
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A preliminary remark
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The definition of a prologue is something that comes before an introduction to a book or play, or may be an action or situation that leads to something else.
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A tendency to be springy; resilience
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An act of beginning; an initial effort:
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A short section of preliminary remarks
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An event that initiates others, or incites a response.
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The process of making inferences based upon observed patterns, or simple repetition. Often used in reference to predictions about what will happen or does happen, based upon what has happened.
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The act of calling out or forth, or evoking.
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The act of eliciting; or, an elicited thing.
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The property of an electric circuit by which a voltage is induced in it by a changing magnetic field.
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A male given name, popular in England since Middle Ages; the name of eight kings.
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(Physics) A measure of the capacity for magnetic inductance.
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The generation by a changing current of an electromotive force in the same circuit.
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