|not arising from reasoning||unreasoned|
|abstract, based on abstract reasoning; excessively subtle or theoretical; supernatural; of or pertaining to metaphysics, incorporeal||metaphysical|
|act of arriving at a conclusion by means of logical reasoning; logical discussion; the art or science of discursive reasoning; logical contradiction used as a force to continue interaction between two opposing forces;, debate resolving conflict, Hegeli...||dialectic|
|act of deriving, act of inferring; speculation; drawing of a conclusion, implication, reasoning process||inference|
|affecting another embryonic part, of electric or magnetic induction, of or pertaining to electric or magnetic induction (Electricity); using reasoning by induction; serving to induce persuade; introductory, producing mental or physical state, reaching ...||inductive|
|apparently clever but flawed argument, fallacy, error in reasoning, misconception; deceptive argument, sophistry||sophism|
|application of principles to moral questions, misleadingly subtle reasoning, study of moral conduct; false reasoning||casuistry|
|arguing over details, concerned too much with details, making unnecessarily fine distinctions in reasoning; quibbling||hairsplitting|
|argument involving three propositions, deductive reasoning, specious argument, type of deductive reasoning containing two premises and a conclusion, logical argument in the form "if A=C and A=B then B=C" (Logic); deductive reasoning||syllogism|
|argument, reasoning; grounds for an action, underlying reasons||rationale|
|arguments used in reasoning, subject, theme; subject of conversation||topic|
|arising as indirect cost, important, resultant, ensuing, subsequent, too self-important||consequential|
|arising from impulse, arising from internal cause, growing uncultivated, instinctive, natural; not premeditated, impromptu, unplanned; arising from internal forces (of a natural phenomena), unrestrained||spontaneous|
|arising from kindness, friendly and generous by nature, goodhearted, warmhearted, compassionate||kindhearted|
|arising from mental or emotional processes, originating in the mind, originating in the psyche||psychogenic|
|arising from sense of guilt, ashamed of own sin, regretful, penitent, remorseful, very sorry||contrite|
|balance or suspend, balance; stabilize; hang, composure, controlled grace in movement, equilibrium, stability; balance, equilibrium; composure, confidence; reasoning, discretion; erectness, uprightness, suspended state, unit of viscosity, weigh||poise|
|belief that knowledge comes from reasoning, exercise of power to think, involvement in intellectual pursuits; use of the mind or intellect; doctrine which holds that pure reason is the source of knowledge (Philosophy), too much attention to thinking||intellectualism|
|branch of logic, science of inference and reasoning||analytics|
|by means of electrical or magnetic induction (Electricity); by means of inductive reasoning||inductively|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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