Definition of Eductive

1. a. Tending to draw out; extractive.



Definition of Eductive

1. Adjective. Tending to draw out; extractive. ¹

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Definition of Eductive

1. eduction [adj] - See also: eduction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eductive

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

Literary usage of Eductive

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1. Elements of Natural Philosophy: Including Mechanics and Hydrostatics by John Leslie (1829)
"Accordingly, if small perforations be made in this eductive pipe, the air will enter, and flow along the contracted surface of the current, ..."

2. Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions by Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones (1890)
"(A perfectly valid eductive Inference may, of course, have three Terms, taking Term in the sense indicated at the beginning of Section IL (cf. ante, pp. ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1868)
"Two eductive exhaust-valves in the meal-spout leading *»» from the elevator, situated in the meal-room, one to each ^- 4. Two inductive valves, one in the ..."

4. Medical Electrology and Radiology (1905)
"As would naturally be supposed, the dynamical effects of the currents are most marked in bipolar applications, scarcely less so in eductive ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1888)
"... such invariants proper to the rank 2. • The theory of eduction is next considered. A number of eductive (^ dq = -- p -g- I are given ; such an operator, ..."

6. The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury by Thomas ( Hobbes (1841)
"... the natural philosopher no more mention his intentional species, his understanding agent and patient, his receptive and eductive power of the matter, ..."

7. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays by Thomas Carlyle (1860)
"British inductive Philosophy since the time of Hume : Dugald Stewart : The German eductive method. The Kantian distinction between Understanding and Reason. ..."

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