Sentence Examples

  • The inference was insulting.
  • "Dusty's not here," he said, irritated by the inference that he was somehow someone to be less feared.
  • It was hardly possible that he could survive such treatment; the natural inference is that he was not intended to survive it.
  • It is commonly supposed that by jactus lapidum Fitzstephen meant the game of bowls, but though it is possible that round stones may sometimes have been employed in an early variety of the game - and there is a record of iron bowls being used, though at a much later date, on festive occasions at Nairn, - nevertheless the inference seems unwarranted.
  • Since his writings are read more easily than Chaucer's, the inference is plain - that he was more effectual as a maker of our present English.

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