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Spell Check of inference

Correct spelling: inference

Definition of inference:

  1. The act of inferring; that which is inferred; deduction; conclusion.

Common misspellings for inference:

  • inferencing (20%)
  • inferance (20%)
  • inferrence (17%)
  • infrence (15%)
  • interfence (11%)
  • infernce (3%)
  • interence (3%)
  • infernece (3%)
  • infurences (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for inference:

  1. The natural inference, then, was that the father of Nancy Blake and the great- great- grandfather of Cecilia Crabshaw had, at some time, changed his name from that of Richard Anthony Treadwell to that of John Blake.
  2. The inference to be drawn from this circumstance I can leave, I am sure, to the common sense of you two gentlemen.
  3. The natural inference was that the old lady was a witch and the cause of all of these strange things, as well as of the extraordinary occurrences in her home.

Quotes for inference:

  1. This fact immediately suggested a singular event- that at some time in the distant past the universe began expanding from an extremely small size. To many people this inference was loaded with overtones of a supernatural event- the creation, the beginning of the universe. - Michael Behe
  2. We may take it to be the accepted idea that the Mosaic books were not handed down to us for our instruction in scientific knowledge, and that it is our duty to ground our scientific beliefs upon observation and inference, unmixed with considerations of a different order. - Asa Gray
  3. A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference. - Thomas Jefferson
  4. We do not learn by inference and deduction and the application of mathematics to philosophy, but by direct intercourse and sympathy. - Richard M. Nixon
  5. There is no reasoning, no process of inference or comparison; there is no thinking about things, no putting two and two together; there are no ideas- the animal does not think of the box or of the food or of the act he is to perform. - Edward Thorndike