Definition of Predications

1. Noun. (plural of predication) ¹



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Definition of Predications

1. predication [n] - See also: predication

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Predications

predicables
predicably
predicament
predicamental
predicaments
predicand
predicant
predicants
predicate
predicate calculus
predicate logic
predicated
predicates
predicating
predication
predications (current term)
predicative
predicative adjective
predicative adjectives
predicative case
predicative cases
predicatively
predicatives
predicator
predicators
predicatory
predicrotic
predict
predictabilities
predictability

Literary usage of Predications

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1. Toda Grammar and Texts by Murray Barnson Emeneau (1984)
"These subordinate predications denote prior conditions, causes, or events. The paradigms and more examples are in V1I.4.5. Examples: 171.107 madly xu'xm, ..."

2. Written English: A Course of Lessons in the Main Things to Know in Order to by Edwin Campbell Woolley (1915)
"A council of war was held. there are four independent predications, ... On the other hand, many independent predications are not indicated by a capital and ..."

3. The Modalist: Or, The Laws of Rational Conviction. A Textbook in Formal Or by Edward John Hamilton (1891)
"Definitions, divisions, and " exclusive " predications. 11. The " pure," and the "modal," categoricals. 1. CONDITIONAL propositions are simply hypothetical ..."

4. Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind by James Mill (1869)
"to connect predications; and by what contrivances that object is attained. The occasions for the use of marks to connect predications, seem to be of two ..."

5. Reply to Rev. Dr. Woods' "Lecture on Swedenborgianism ;": Delivered in the by George Bush, William Benjamin Hayden, Nathaniel Francis Cabell, Richard Kenner Crallé, Catherine Crowe, Justinus Andreas Christian Kerner, John Clowes, Massachusetts New-Church Union, Swedenborg Foundation (1847)
"That these and similar contingent circumstances lessen the grievousness of adultery, and give a milder turn to the predications of the blame thereof in ..."

6. The Mechanics of Writing: A Compendium of Rules Regarding Manuscript by Edwin Campbell Woolley (1909)
"Therefore period, colon, or semicolon 284 ; 696, 786, 737 Comma, not other points, after the expression 285 Parenthetic predications excepted from Rule '257 ..."

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