Ra`ti`oc`i`na´tion Pronunciation: răsh`ĭ`ǒs´ĭ`nā´shŭn

n. | 1. | The process of reasoning, or deducing conclusions from premises; deductive reasoning. |

Noun | 1. | ratiocination - the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)Synonyms: conclusion |

2. | ratiocination - logical and methodical reasoning |

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Ratify

Ratihabitiio mandato aequiparatur

Ratihabition

rating

rating system

Ratio

Ratio est formalis causa consueetudinis

Ratio est legis anima

Ratio est radius divini luminis

Ratio et auctoritas duo clarisima mundi limina

Ratio in jure aequitas integra

Ratio legis est anima legis

Ratio non clauditur loco

Ratio of a geometrical progression

Ratio potest allegari deficiente lege

Ratiocinate

**-- Ratiocination --**

Ratiocinative

ratiocinator

Ratiocinatory

Ration

ration card

ration out

Rational

RATional Fortran

Rational horizon

rational motive

rational number

Rational quantity

Rational symptom

Rationale

Rationalibus divisis

rationalisation

Ratihabitiio mandato aequiparatur

Ratihabition

rating

rating system

Ratio

Ratio est formalis causa consueetudinis

Ratio est legis anima

Ratio est radius divini luminis

Ratio et auctoritas duo clarisima mundi limina

Ratio in jure aequitas integra

Ratio legis est anima legis

Ratio non clauditur loco

Ratio of a geometrical progression

Ratio potest allegari deficiente lege

Ratiocinate

Ratiocinative

ratiocinator

Ratiocinatory

Ration

ration card

ration out

Rational

RATional Fortran

Rational horizon

rational motive

rational number

Rational quantity

Rational symptom

Rationale

Rationalibus divisis

rationalisation