Example sentences for: infers

How can you use “infers” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • When you say that phone, letter, and direct contact are out of the question, Prudie infers that there may be a restraining order.

  • 1) The synopsis infers that the narrative is propelled by an incident--the protagonist loses his job--which in fact does not occur until the last 30 pages of the novel.

  • Also, if anyone infers from later remarks in Mr. Dunkling's review (about “the `noble' theme”) that only “noble” families are the subject of genealogical notes, that assumption would be wrong: there are genealogical vignettes for George Washington, John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, the Roosevelts, and many other “commoners.”

  • The Words We Use is a very readable book about English words, though, from the notes at the ends of chapters, one infers that it was intended as an informal text.

  • X-ray crystallographic analysis infers specific amino acid-nucleotide contacts, but does not by itself allow a clear definition of their individual contributions to RNA-binding and translational repression.


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