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circumstantial evidence facts that are not direct evidence of an action, but that, in a court of law, may support an inference about that action; indirect evidence.
conclude to make a judgment or inference; deduce. [1/4 definitions]
conclusion an inference reached by reasoning. [1/5 definitions]
conjecture the making of a guess or inference, esp. with little evidence. [3/4 definitions]
consequence the conclusion drawn from a logical argument; inference. [1/3 definitions]
corollary a readily drawn conclusion; deduction or inference. [1/4 definitions]
derive to obtain or determine by reasoning or inference; deduce. [1/3 definitions]
extrapolate to make an estimate or inference of (future probability or the like) on the basis of what is already known or has already occurred. [2/3 definitions]
illegitimate not in accordance with principles of logical inference; illogical. [1/6 definitions]
implication something implied or suggested, from which an inference may be drawn. [1/4 definitions]
infer to derive a conclusion from facts or logical premises; draw an inference. [1/2 definitions]
inferential involving, based on, or deducible by inference.
must1 used to express a logical probability or reasonable inference (followed by "have" plus a past participle when referring to an action or state in the past). [1/7 definitions]
opinion a professional inference or judgment. [1/5 definitions]
predict to announce the coming of (a future event) based on particular evidence or inference. [1/3 definitions]
should used to indicate what can be reasonably expected based on logical inference. [1/5 definitions]