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Correct spelling for PREDICIT
We think the word predicit is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for predicit
- Periodicity(Definition of periodicity)
- Predigest(Definition of predigest)
- Product(Definition of product)
- Precocity(Definition of precocity)
- Predict(Definition of predict)
- Predictor(Definition of predictor)
- Parodist(Definition of parodist)
- Predicate(Definition of predicate)
- Preterit(Definition of preterit)
Nor does european science altogether support the indian doctrine of periodicity.
The elder paganini's knowledge of music was not sufficient to carry the lad far in mastering the instrument, but the extraordinary precocity shown so interested signor corvetto, the leader at the genoese theatre, that he undertook to instruct the gifted child.
Only old jim parmelee shook his head and said, "they might, and then again they mightn't"; he knew the stock they came of and it was a kind you could never predict about.
it is apparent that psychological abuse sustained during childhood is a predictor of the onset of sexual conduct occurring earlier in life, as opposed to later.
The same gift of adaptiveness which reynolds showed in serious work made him when he chose a deft, sometimes even a masterly, parodist in the humourous vein, and his work done in this vein a few years later in collaboration with thomas hood holds its own well beside that of his associate.
The most common case is that in which the middleterm is the subject of the major premiss and the predicate of the minor.