Inductive synonyms

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(Logic) Involving deduction of theories from facts.
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(Logic) of, or relating to logical induction
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(Philosophy) A doctrine which holds that the only or, at least, the most reliable source of human knowledge is experience, especially perception by means of the physical senses. (Often contrasted with rationalism.)
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(Logic) The adducing of particular examples so as to lead to a universal conclusion; the argument by induction.
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Of, relating to, or constituting an introduction; initial or preparatory:
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Of, like, or serving as a preface; introductory
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The definition of preliminary is something that happens or comes before the main action.
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Of or pertaining to preparation, having the purpose of making something or someone ready, preparative
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(Literary) Introductory; functioning as a preface or prolegomenon.
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Before or in preparation for the main matter, action, or business
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inducing or influencing; leading on; - John Milton
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Of, pertaining to, or based on deduction.
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That serves to prepare something
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A follower of the doctrines of Francis Bacon.
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The definition of empirical is something that is based solely on experiment or experience.
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