Definition of Eduction

1. n. The act of drawing out or bringing into view.



Definition of Eduction

1. Noun. The action of educing ¹

2. Noun. development ¹

3. Noun. inference, deduction ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Eduction

1. the act of educing [n -S] : EDUCTIVE [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eduction

educative
educatively
educator
educators
educatory
educatress
educatresses
educe
educed
educes
educible
educing
educrat
educrats
educt
eduction (current term)
eductions
eductive
eductor
eductors
educts
edulcorant
edulcorate
edulcorated
edulcorates
edulcorating
edulcoration
edulcorative
edulcorator
edulcorators

Literary usage of Eduction

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1. An Elementary Handbook of Logic by John Joseph Toohey (1918)
"eduction by an omitted determinant is an eduction by which from an affirmative proposition in which the predicate contains an incident term is derived ..."

2. A Treatise on the Cornish Pumping Engine by William Pole (1844)
"H is the eduction pipe leading from the bottom of the exhaustion valve ... In Boulton and Watt engines it is customary to make the eduction pipe about the ..."

3. The High-pressure Steam Engine: An Exposition of Its Comparative Merits, and by Ernst Alban (1848)
"The centre or eduction opening h, continues through the body of the cover, ... Its end is bored out to receive the conical stuffing-plug / of the eduction- ..."

4. The Metaphysics of the School by Thomas Harper (1884)
"Therefore an accident can never become principal Efficient Cause of the eduction of a substantial form,—granted; can never become instrumental Efficient ..."

5. The Engineer's & Mechanic's Encyclopeadia ...: The Machinery & Processes by Luke Hebert (1849)
"... of the movable portion of the pan through e, to the eduction-passage/. On raising the slide, d becomes open to the eduction-passage, and с to the steam. ..."

6. The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopædia: Comprehending Practical by Luke Hebert (1846)
"The eduction valve» are so placed, that the steam in the upon their under surfaces, whilst the steam from the boiler presses 1er surfaces of the steam ..."

7. New Conversations on Chemistry: Adapted to the Present State of that Science by Thomas P. Jones, Marcet (Jane Haldimand) (1832)
"The Steam Pipe, eduction Pipe, Condenser, and Mr Pump. Lo-ai Pressure Engine. Mode of setting an Engine to •work. Rotary produced by a Vibratory Motion. ..."

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