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Correct spelling: science

Common misspellings for science:

scicen, scences, sieance, seiance, scence, stince, scinces, sinece, seince, siance, cence, cince, sciencer, seience.


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Examples of usage for science:

  1. Knowledge of a single fact, not known as related to any other, or of many facts not known as having any mutual relations or as comprehended under any general law, does not reach the meaning of science science is knowledge reduced to law and embodied in system. The knowledge of various countries gathered by an observant traveler may be a heterogeneous medley of facts, which gain real value only when coordinated and arranged by the man of science Art always relates to something to be done, science to something to be known. Not only must art be discriminated from science but art in the industrial or mechanical sense must be distinguished from art in the esthetic sense; the former aims chiefly at utility, the latter at beauty. The mechanic arts are the province of the artisan, the esthetic or fine arts are the province of the artist; all the industrial arts, as of weaving or printing, arithmetic or navigation, are governed by exact rules. Art in the highest esthetic sense, while it makes use of rules, transcends all rule; no rules can be given for the production of a painting like Raffael's " Transfiguration," a statue like the Apollo Belvedere, or a poem like the Iliad. Science does not, like the mechanic arts, make production its direct aim, yet its possible productive application in the arts is a constant stimulus to scientific investigation; the science as in the case of chemistry or electricity, is urged on to higher development by the demands of the art, while the art is perfected by the advance of the science Creative art seeking beauty for its own sake is closely akin to pure science seeking knowledge for its own sake. Compare KNOWLEDGE; LITERATURE. –  by
  2. He was independent of Science – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  3. I don't know what's next, but right now I'm just happy to be in the middle of the biggest story in the history of medical science – Syndrome by Thomas Hoover

Quotes for science:

  1. The object of all the former voyages to the South Seas undertaken by the command of his present majesty, has been the advancement of science and the increase of knowledge.
  2. Science fiction let me do both. It let me look into science and stick my nose in everywhere.
  3. The pursuit of science leads only to the insoluble.
  4. Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge.
  5. The time I trust will come, perhaps within the lives of some of us, when the outline of this science will be clearly made out and generally recognised, when its nomenclature will be fixed, and its principles form a part of elementary instruction.

Rhymes for science:

  1. alliance, appliance, compliance, defiance, reliance;
  2. noncompliance, pseudoscience;