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accumulator a register or electrical circuit for storing numbers and performing one or more arithmetic or logical operations on them, as in a calculator or computer. [1/3 definitions]
add up to bring one to a logical conclusion; to make sense. [1/2 definitions]
add up to equal (a certain sum) or point to (a logical conclusion) when looked at together.
alignment the act of arranging, adjusting, or forming into a straight line, logical sequence, or coordinated system. [2/4 definitions]
antilogical combined form of logical.
coherence the quality or condition or having a clear, logical structure or of being understandable. [1/2 definitions]
comprehend mentally or emotionally come to terms with or make logical sense of; grasp the reality of or reasons behind. [1/3 definitions]
consecutive having a logical sequence. [1/2 definitions]
consequence the conclusion drawn from a logical argument; inference. [1/3 definitions]
consequent following as a logical conclusion; logically consistent or correct. [1/3 definitions]
dialectic of or relating to logical analysis and argumentation. [2/6 definitions]
emergent developing as a logical result. [1/4 definitions]
fair game any likely, legitimate, or logical object of attack, mockery, or pursuit. [1/2 definitions]
figure to make sense or be logical based on available evidence. [1/16 definitions]
groundless not having a logical foundation; unsubstantiated.
hold water to be logical, believable, or valid.
illegitimate not in accordance with principles of logical inference; illogical. [1/6 definitions]
illogical not logical; contrary to reason or the rules of logic.
incoherent lacking logical order or connection. [1/2 definitions]
infer to conclude or determine on the basis of evidence or logical premises. [2 definitions]
intuit to know or apprehend directly, without a process of logical thought.