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## Spell check of inference

Correct spelling: *inference*

**Synonyms:**

mathematics, question, view, estimation, introspection, calculus, reputation, algebra, cogitation, viewpoint, idea, assertion, deduction, supposition, induction, gauge, statistics, opinion, text, presumption, reason, eduction, sequitur, motif, quantification, tally, triangulation, consideration, scheme, hypothesis, exposition, measurement, arithmetic, proof, plan, topic, stance, calculation, evaluation, guess, sum, synthesis, paradigm, valuation, postulation, belief, concentration, subject, argument, rank, focus, impression, principle, assumption, appraisal, conceptualization, total, evidence, thought, point, stand, problem, answer, concept, essay, theme, thesis, plot, schedule, illation, analysis, count, surmise, study, premise, soul-searching, judgement, value, method, dissertation, conclusion, query, result, axiom, feeling, summation, reckoning, account, demonstration, enumeration, theorem, basis, program, division, logic, algorithm, computation, self-assessment, matter, forethought, statement, certainty, conjecture, reasoning, consequence, attitude, judgment, system, score, thinking, position, assessment, reflection, brain work, contention, determination, approximation, illative, issue, multiplication.

**Examples of usage:**

1) I think you can see the **inference**. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) The **inference** was too obvious; he evidently wished to imply that it would have been unnatural had he delayed his visit. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) In the event it would be found that each had fallen on a manner different from that of all the rest, and by probable **inference** it would follow that none had fallen on the right. - "Early Theories of Translation", Flora Ross Amos.