Word:

Illative

Il´la`tive
a.1.Relating to, dependent on, or denoting, illation; inferential; conclusive; as, an illative consequence or proposition; an illative word, as then, therefore, etc.
Illative conversion
(Logic) a converse or reverse statement of a proposition which in that form must be true because the original proposition is true.
Illative sense
(Metaph.) the faculty of the mind by which it apprehends the conditions and determines upon the correctness of inferences.
n.1.An illative particle, as for, because.
Adj.1.illative - relating to or having the nature of illation or inference; "the illative faculty of the mind"
Synonyms: inferential
2.illative - resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference; "an illative conclusion"; "inferential reasoning"
Synonyms: inferential
3.illative - expressing or preceding an inference; "`therefore' is an illative word"
deductive, inferential
Browse
ill-treatment
ill-usage
ill-use
ill-used
Ill-will
Ill-wisher
Illabile
Illacerable
Illacrymable
Illampu
Illapsable
Illapse
Illaqueable
Illaqueate
Illaqueation
Illation
-- Illative --
Illative conversion
Illative sense
Illatively
Illaudable
Illecebration
Illecebrous
Illecebrum
Illecebrum verticullatum
Illegal
illegal possession
illegalise
Illegality
Illegalize
Illegally
Illegalness
Illegibility
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