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Word Meanings - CONSTRUCTIONAL - Book Publishers vocabulary database

Pertaining to, or deduced from, construction or interpretation.

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  • DEDUCTIVE
    Of or pertaining to deduction; capable of being deduced from premises; deducible. All knowledge of causes is deductive. Glanvill. Notions and ideas . . . used in a deductive process. Whewell.
  • DEDUCTIVELY
    By deduction; by way of inference; by consequence. Sir T. Browne.
  • DEDUCIBLE
    1. Capable of being deduced or inferred; derivable by reasoning, as a result or consequence. All properties of a triangle depend on, and are deducible from, the complex idea of three lines including a space. Locke. 2. Capable of being brought down.
  • DEDUCIBLENESS
    The quality of being deducible; deducibility.
  • PERTAIN
    stretch out, reach, pertain; per + tenere to hold, keep. See Per-, 1. To belong; to have connection with, or dependence on, something, as an appurtenance, attribute, etc.; to appertain; as, saltness pertains to the ocean; flowers pertain to plant
  • CONSTRUCTION
    The arrangement and connection of words in a sentence; syntactical arrangement. Some particles . . . in certain constructions have the sense of a whole sentence contained in them. Locke. 4. The method of construing, interpreting, or explaining a
  • CONSTRUCTIONIST
    One who puts a certain construction upon some writing or instrument, as the Constitutions of the United States; as, a strict constructionist; a broad constructionist.
  • DEDUCT
    Etym: 1. To lead forth or out. A people deducted out of the city of Philippos. Udall. 2. To take away, separate, or remove, in numbering, estimating, or calculating; to subtract; -- often with from or out of. Deduct what is but vanity, or dress.
  • DEDUCIBLY
    By deduction.
  • DEDUCIBILITY
    Deducibleness.
  • CONSTRUCTIONAL
    Pertaining to, or deduced from, construction or interpretation.
  • DEDUCIVE
    That deduces; inferential.
  • DEDUCE
    1. To lead forth. He should hither deduce a colony. Selden. 2. To take away; to deduct; to subtract; as, to deduce a part from the whole. B. Jonson. 3. To derive or draw; to derive by logical process; to obtain or arrive at as the result
  • DEDUCTIBLE
    1. Capable of being deducted, taken away, or withdrawn. Not one found honestly deductible From any use that pleased him. Mrs. Browning. 2. Deducible; consequential.
  • DEDUCEMENT
    Inference; deduction; thing deduced. Dryden.
  • DEDUCTION
    1. Act or process of deducing or inferring. The deduction of one language from another. Johnson. This process, by which from two statements we deduce a third, is called deduction. J. R. Seely. 2. Act of deducting or taking away; subtraction; as,
  • DEDUCTOR
    The pilot whale or blackfish.
  • INTERPRETATION
    An artist's way of expressing his thought or embodying his conception of nature. (more info) 1. The act of interpreting; explanation of what is obscure; translation; version; construction; as, the interpretation of a foreign language, of a dream,
  • MISCONSTRUCTION
    Erroneous construction; wrong interpretation. Bp. Stillingfleet.
  • RECONSTRUCTION
    The act or process of reorganizing the governments of the States which had passed ordinances of secession, and of re√ęstablishing their constitutional relations to the national government, after the close of the Civil War. (more info) 1. The act
  • MISINTERPRETATION
    The act of interpreting erroneously; a mistaken interpretation.

 

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