What is another word for derives?

Pronunciation: [dɪɹˈa͡ɪvz] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the word "derives" that can be used depending on the context in which it is needed for. Some of these synonyms include "obtains," "acquires," "extracts," "gains," "harvests," "sources," and "receives." Each of these synonyms has its own unique meaning and connotation, which can be useful in conveying a specific message to the reader. For example, "obtains" implies a deliberate effort to acquire something, while "sources" suggests that something comes from a particular place or origin. By using synonyms for "derives," writers can add variety and precision to their language, making their writing more engaging and effective.

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What are the hypernyms for Derives?

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Usage examples for Derives

This view derives confirmation from the fact that in 1869, with the fifth edition of the "Origin of Species," there was a stampede of my's throughout the whole work, no less than thirty out of the original forty-five being changed into "the," "our," "this," or some other word, which, though having all the effect of my, still did not say "my" outright.
"Luck or Cunning?"
Samuel Butler
I don't know that he derives any benefit from it.
"Second Shetland Truck System Report"
William Guthrie
She derives an impression from something that the fog really is clearing at last, and goes to the window to see.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan

Famous quotes with Derives

  • Man's striving for order, of which art is but one manifestation, derives from a similar universal tendency throughout the organic world; it is also paralleled by, and perhaps derived from, the striving towards the state of simplest structure in physical systems.
    Rudolf Arnheim
  • Anything in any way beautiful derives its beauty from itself and asks nothing beyond itself. Praise is no part of it, for nothing is made worse or better by praise.
    Marcus Aurelius
  • Organizations endure, however, in proportion to the breadth of the morality by which they are governed. Thus the endurance of organization depends upon the quality of leadership; and that quality derives from the breadth of the morality upon which it rests.
    Chester Irving Barnard
  • Unfortunately, in today's world we have to be reminded that the power of an oath derives from the fact that in it we ask God to bear witness to the promises we make with the implicit expectation that He will hold us accountable for the manner in which we honor them.
    James L. Buckley
  • I am aware of the usefulness of science to society and of the benefits society derives from it.
    Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar

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