Synonyms for Deduction:calculation (noun)
account, algebra, algorithm, appraisal, approximation, arithmetic, assessment, calculation, calculus, computation, conclusion, consideration, count, determination, division, enumeration, estimation, evaluation, gauge, guess, inference, judgement, mathematics, measurement, method, multiplication, plan, plot, presumption, program, quantification, rank, reckoning, schedule, scheme, score, statistics, study, sum, supposition, system, tally, thought, total, triangulation, valuation, value.decrease (noun)
Languishment, Recision, Without, abate, abduction, ablation, abrasion, abridgment, abscission, abstraction, accord, accumulation, addition, adjunct, affairs, affiliation, affinity, afterglow, agio, alleviation, alliance, allocation, allowance, amount, amputation, answer, assemblage, association, attenuation, axiom, baby, backlog, balance, bank discount, barring, batch, belief, bias, block, bond, breakage, capacity, cash discount, certainty, chain discount, chain of reasoning, charge-off, closeness, closure, collect, combination, commitment, concept, concession, concluding, conditional relation, conjecture, connectedness, connection, consequence, consequent, contemplation, contiguity, contrariety, conviction, corollary, costing, credit, cut back, dampening, damping, dealings, decline, decrescence, deduce, deduct, deductive reasoning, defect, deliberation, demonstration, depression, derivation, derive, detruncation, devaluation, dialectic, dialectics, dictum, diminishing, diminution, discount, discount rate, discourse, discourse of reason, discursive reason, disjunction, dockage, draw an inference, dwindle, dying, dying off, economy, eduction, end, entailment, epagoge, ergotism, evidence, except, except for, excepting, excision, exclusive of, extenuation, fade out, faith, fall, feeling, filiation, finding, focus, forethought, formula, garbling, gather, generalization, guessing, guesswork, homology, hypothesis, hypothesis and verification, idea, ideal, illation, illative, immolation, implication, import, in deduction, increase, inductive reasoning, inferential reasoning, inferring, interpretation, intimacy, introspection, junction, kickback, law, less, letup, liaison, link, linkage, linking, logical implication, logical thought, loss, lower, make a deduction, meditation, milquetoast, miniaturization, minuend, minus, mitigation, moral, mulling, musing, mutilation, mutual attraction, nearness, neonate, not counting, opinion, particularization, penalty clause, percentage, philosophical induction, philosophy, pondering, porism, position, postulate, price cut, price reduction, principle, process of reasoning, proof, propinquity, proposition, proximity, purification, rake-off, rapport, ratiocination, rationalism, rationality, rationalization, rationalizing, reasonableness, reasoning, rebatement, reduce, refinement, reflection, relatedness, relation, relations, relationship, relaxation, removal, repayment, result, retrenchment, rollback, rule, rumination, sacrifice, sagging, salvage, save, save and except, scaling down, scientific reasoning, sequitur, setoff, short of, significance, similarity, simplicity, sophistry, soul-searching, sound judgment, specious reasoning, speculation, stand, statement, stoppage, subduction, sublation, subtrahend, surmise, sweet reason, syllogism, syllogistic reasoning, sympathy, synthetic thinking, takeoff, taking, taking away, tare, tax deduction, tax write-off, theorem, theory, thriftiness, tie, tie up, tie-in, time discount, trade discount, train of reasoning, tret, underselling, understanding, union, upshot, verdict, view, wane, waste, weakening, ween, weet, with a reservation, withdrawal, write off.
Rhymes for Deduction:
- production, instruction, reduction, seduction, obstruction;
- construction, abduction, destruction, induction, conduction;
- introduction, reproduction, reconstruction, deconstruction;
Quotes for Deduction:
We do not learn by inference and deduction and the application of mathematics to philosophy, but by direct intercourse and sympathy.Richard M. Nixon.