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Pronunciation: [ɐdjˈuːs] (IPA)

Adduce is a verb that means to cite or provide evidence for an argument. Synonyms of this word include present, quote, reference, cite, mention, bring up, advance, offer, posit, assert, put forward, introduce, suggest, declare, state and propose. Each of these words shares a similar meaning with adduce but may have a slightly different connotation. For example, presenting evidence might be more formal than offering evidence. Datums can also be used to support a proposition in a legal, scientific, or academic context. When writing or communicating, it's important to choose the appropriate synonym for the situation to clearly convey the intended message.

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Adduce is a verb that means to cite as evidence or proof. Some antonyms for adduce are disregard, ignore, reject, and invalidate. Disregard means to pay no attention to or ignore something completely. Ignore means to intentionally not pay attention to something or someone. Reject means to refuse to accept something or consider it to be ineffective. Invalidate means to nullify something or declare it void, thus rendering it ineffective as evidence or proof. Using these antonyms, we can describe a situation where someone fails to adduce any evidence, where their arguments are disregarded or rejected, or where their evidence is invalidated.

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Usage examples for Adduce

I will adduce statements from several.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
My observations may be of some use to those readers who have not devoted much attention to the subject; they may prove of interest even to more experienced breeders, should I be able to adduce facts that may have escaped their notice, or in confirmation of their own observations.
"Cattle and Cattle-breeders"
William M'Combie
The loss of the earlier writings renders it impossible to adduce contemporary evidence of the immediate success of this form of literature.
"The Roman Poets of the Republic"
W. Y. Sellar

Famous quotes with Adduce

  • What proofs other than negative have we that the animal is without a surviving, if not immortal, soul? On strictly scientific grounds we can adduce as many arguments pro as contra. To express it clearer, neither man nor animal can offer either proof or disproof of the survival of their souls after death. And from the point of view of scientific experience, it is impossible to bring that which has no objective existence under the cognizance of any exact law of science.
    Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
  • To me, therefore, that Thracian Orpheus, that Theban, and that Methymnaean,--men, and yet unworthy of the name,--seem to have been deceivers, who, under the pretence of poetry corrupting human life, possessed by a spirit of artful sorcery for purposes of destruction, celebrating crimes in their orgies, and making human woes the materials of religious worship, were the first to entice men to idols; nay, to build up the stupidity of the nations with blocks of wood and stone,--that is, statues and images,--subjecting to the yoke of extremest bondage the truly noble freedom of those who lived as free citizens under heaven by their songs and incantations. But not such is my song, which has come to loose, and that speedily, the bitter bondage of tyrannizing demons; and leading us back to the mild and loving yoke of piety, recalls to heaven those that had been cast prostrate to the earth. It alone has tamed men, the most intractable of animals; the frivolous among them answering to the fowls of the air, deceivers to reptiles, the irascible to lions, the voluptuous to swine, the rapacious to wolves. The silly are stocks and stones, and still more senseless than stones is a man who is steeped in ignorance. As our witness, let us adduce the voice of prophecy accordant with truth, and bewailing those who are crushed in ignorance and folly: "For God is able of these stones to raise up children to Abraham;" and He, commiserating their great ignorance and hardness of heart who are petrified against the truth, has raised up a seed of piety, sensitive to virtue, of those stones--of the nations, that is, who trusted in stones. Again, therefore, some venomous and false hypocrites, who plotted against righteousness, he once called "a brood of vipers." But if one of those serpents even is willing to repent, and follows the Word, he becomes a man of God.
    Clement of Alexandria
  • We accept that there are legitimate casus belli: acts or situations "provoking or justifying war". The present debate feels off-centre, and faintly unreal, because the US and the UK are going to war for a new set of reasons (partly undisclosed) while continuing to adduce the old set of reasons (which in this case do not cohere or even overlap).
    Martin Amis

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