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Definition of the verb Abduced

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verb

  1. past of abduce

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Google previewThe Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia (2010)

by Louise Cummings

that a successful abduction lacks probative value, that is, it provides no grounds for believing the abduced proposition to be true (Peirce 1992a: 178); that, rather than ...

Google previewThe Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)

Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

par, abducing; past, abduced: adj. abducent. |ABDUCTION. s. Act of abducing. s, abductor. ABDUCE. v. To draw away; tr. | ! ADW-ADV AER—AFF Portunity. v. advantage; pr . par.

Google previewThe Oratorical Dictionary (1835)

by John Newland Maffitt

par, abducing; past, abduced: adj. abducent. ABDUCTION. s. Act of abducing. s. abductor. ABEL'IANS. s. A religious sect in Africa, practising entire continence, and pretending to live as Abel the ...

Google previewThe Ladies' Lexicon, and Parlour Companion ... (1846)

Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw

pr par, abducing; past, abduced: adj abducent. ABDUCTION. s. Act of abducing. s. abductor. ABECEDA'RIAN. s. A teacher of the alphabet. ABERRANCE, ABER' RANCY. s.

Google previewThe Ladies' Lexicon, and Parlour Companion (1829)

Containing Nearly Every Word in the English Language, and Exhibiting the Plurals of Nouns and the Participles of Verbs; Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools

par, abducing; past, abduced: adj. abducent. . ABDUCTION. s. Act of abducing. s. abductor. |ABECEDA'RIAN. s. A teacher of the alphabet. ABERRANCE, ABER'RANCY. s. Deviation from the right way; ...

Google previewA Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1846)

Abridged from the Octavo by William Bolles

Abduced, Ab-du's d, pp. Abducing, Ab-du's sing, ppr. Abduction, Ab -dákoshān, n. the act of withdrawing one part from another, a forcible taking away .

Google previewWebster's International Dictionary (1892)

by Noah Webster

[Abduced (-dust') ; Ab- ducisoJ To draw away. — Ab-duct' (-dukf), v. t. To take away ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Semantics (2010)

by Keith Allan

The abduced hypothesis (2(c)) can be inductively confirmed by finding additional systematic correspondences leading to the recognition ...

Google previewThe Cabinet dictionary of the English language (1874)

abduced; ppr. abducing. Abduct, (ab-dukf) v. t. [L. abductug.) To take away by stealth or by unlawful force: — imp. and pp. abducted; ppr. abducting. Abduction, (ab-duk'shun) n. The act of carrying away, especially of a person, by fraud, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

—No animal exhibits its face in the native colour of its skin, but man; all others are covered with feathers, hair, or a cortex that is abduced over the cutis. Hale. * OPDUCTION. a. s. (from obdućio, obduco, Lat.] The act ...

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Scrabble value of A1B3D2U1C3E1D2

The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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