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adduce
to offer something as proof
all
the logical opposite of some....not
appeal to....
to employ....as a premise
arbiter
a judge
arbitrary
based solely on subjective perceptions and feelings, rather than on objective facts and principles
cause
something that leads to an effect
conclusion
deduction
considerable
non-negligible
correlation
a relationship between two variables in which a variation in one is accompanied by a variation in the other
counterexample
something that is set forth to refute a general principle
derivative
not original
discount
to dismiss as unimportant or untrue
elaborate
to go into greater detail about something
enumerate
to list
equivocal
unclear
holistic
focusing on the whole itself and not just on its parts
impugn
to question the validity of something
inadequate
insufficient
inexplicable
incapable of being explained
influence
affect
interpret
understand
main point
understand
mechanism
the process by which something is achieved
necessary
required
only
sole
postulate
something that is assumed to be true and that is used as the basis of an argument
presume
presuppose
presume
to take for granted
probability
likelihood
proposal
prescription
qualified support
limited advocacy
required
indispensable
routinely
generally
safeguard
something designed to prevent undesirable consequences from occurring
several
more than two but less than many
supersede
override
susceptible
easily affected by something
therefore
it follows that
usually
typically
yet
nonetheless