illation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of inferring or drawing conclusions.
    • A conclusion drawn; a deduction. Also called illative.
    • The work of inferring or concluding, particularly from a couple of premises; a conclusion, a deduction.
    • The work or means of inferring from premises or explanations; perception associated with connection between some ideas; what is inferred; inference; deduction; conclusion.
    • The work of inferring from premises; inference.
    • what is inferred; an inference; a deduction; a conclusion.
    • In liturgics: The act of taking the eucharistic elements into the church and placing them on the altar.
    • in Mozarabic liturgy, the eucharistic preface. It's of great size, and varies in accordance with the Sunday or event.
    • the thinking taking part in drawing a conclusion or making a logical wisdom on such basis as circumstantial proof and prior conclusions without on such basis as direct observation

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