Inferable [adjective]

Definition of Inferable:

probable, apt, hopeful

Opposite/Antonyms of Inferable:

Sentence/Example of Inferable:

Others looked at its distortion of background stars and inferred that it’s a supernova remnant — a dusty cloud marking the gravestone of a dead star.

A kid who understands the concept of a horse and a narwhal can infer what a unicorn looks like by combining the two.

By the same logic, we can look steadily at less-complex forms of behavior that allow us to reasonably infer some kind of mind associated with all types of matter.

Burton inferred that the 4 percent observed increase in drinking was likely happening at bars and restaurants because there was no effect or a slight decline in alcohol purchased for home consumption.

In nearly half the companies, Google infers that there is interest in who owns the company.

Of what character this knowledge was is inferable from the sudden self-consciousness that followed the partaking of it.

That it did not neglect the opportunity is fairly inferable from the opposition excited.

Inferable from these statements, are many collateral subtile matters touching the chase of whales.

Is it inferable that that coat was ever borne by patent or admissible prescriptive right, by any of his ancestors?

Is it not inferable from this declaration that he then supposed him to be Booth?