how do you use the word deduce in a sentence?
1 A27 is kidnapped. Now if he is kidnapped, what may we deduce? That a person has done so in order to extract the monnaie
2 A2W William Rees-Mogg's conclusions further, is it not logical to deduce that while "Italy is the cradle of European civilisation",
3 A4S been told --; the MPs of the future, perhaps --; deduce from all this lavish praise that the faeces are something worth keeping
4 A56 anyone who is exceptionally slow-witted. Just in case you fail to deduce, for example, that war is more a matter of narcissistic games-playing
5 A6Y spending by taking out an overdraft; no bank manager would deduce from such figures that the same growth could, or should,
6 A79 not take place at football matches. It is unacceptable to deduce from the lack of prosecutions that hooligan behaviour was formerly tolerated to
7 AAG surface made from the exterior, it may be possible to deduce whether or not it applies by noting the pattern of nails which have penetrated
8 ABH Daedalus is developing a new word-processing program. It tries to deduce what, if anything, the author has to say, and
9 ABM , that Patriot missiles sometimes fail. It is easy to deduce that other systems do, too; many targets are being hit
10 ACA according to how it is illuminated by the sun, we can deduce that it is a globe, and not the flat disc it
11 ACA saintly characters were killed off, readers might be inclined to deduce that "the sure reward of virtue is a fatal accident.
12 ADA of the urban proletariat was natural; one can not safely deduce from it any decisive change in attitude towards death and survival.