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Educe

verb
(past & past part. educed; pres. part. educing)
1.
Deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning).  Synonyms: draw out, elicit, evoke, extract.
2.
Develop or evolve from a latent or potential state.  Synonym: derive.






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"Educe" Quotes from Famous Books



... wheel turns round very fast? How useful for carters and gig drivers to know something about this; and how good were it, if any ingenious person would find out the cause of such phenomena, and thence educe a general remedy for them. Such an ingenious person was Count Rumford; and he and his successors have landed us in the theory of the persistence, or indestructibility, of force. And in the infinitely minute, as in the infinitely great, the seekers ...
— Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews • Thomas Henry Huxley



Words linked to "Educe" :   etymologise, derive, extract, etymologize, elicit, interpret, draw out, construe, see, create, make, evoke



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