Definition of Subsuming

1. Verb. (present participle of subsume) ¹



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Definition of Subsuming

1. subsume [v] - See also: subsume

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subsuming

subsulfide
subsulfides
subsulphate
subsulphates
subsulphide
subsulphides
subsultive
subsultory
subsultus
subsumable
subsume
subsumed
subsumer
subsumers
subsumes
subsuming (current term)
subsumption
subsumptions
subsumptive
subsupplier
subsuppliers
subsurface
subsurfaces
subsymbol
subsymbols
subsynchronous
subsynchronous orbit
subsynchronous orbits
subsynchronously
subsyndromal

Literary usage of Subsuming

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1. On the Theory of Logic: An Essay by Carveth Read (1878)
"Since a Class is an assemblage of Terms, the process of subsuming Classes does not essentially differ from the process of subsuming Terms. ..."

2. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society by Aristotelian Society (Great Britain) (1891)
"for the opposite way of subsuming belief under knowledge. ... The former way—that of subsuming knowledge under belief —requires and vests on the assumption ..."

3. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1870)
"The will is the subsuming activity for all external things, for the reason that it [the will] is in itself the universal ..."

4. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"The act of subsuming ; the act of mentioning as an instance of a rule or an example of a class; the act of including under something more general (and. in ..."

5. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell by Thomas Bayly Howell (1816)
"... not subsuming on this clause of the act, the forms do not allow the ... as subsuming, that the pannels ought to have produced their respective letters ..."

6. Epistemology; Or, The Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction to General by Peter Coffey (1917)
"... the process of subsuming this under the category: it cannot be what for Kant's purpose it ought to be, viz. something in the nature of a " more concrete ..."

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