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Synonyms for educe

to call forth or bring out (something latent, hidden, or unexpressed)

to arrive at through reasoning

Synonyms for educe

deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)

develop or evolve from a latent or potential state

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This artist also seems to know all about the optical variations that can be educed by deploying different textures of yarn, interwoven with varying degrees of tension.
The newly identified heart failure patients included 28 (5% of the total group screened) with educed left ventricular function and 133 (23%) with preserved left ventricular function, said Dr.
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The priest sees Parris as an intellectual and temperamental peer, and in the novel his dedication and tolerance for personal loneliness seem from the moment they are educed to prefigure Parris's dedication and willingness to accept loneliness as a physician practicing where there are few, if any, friends, let alone potential mates, with whom he may share his heart and mind without reservation.
Plenty of people are more optimistic given the r educed foal crop in Ireland in 2010 but it is highly unlikely that this will be sufficient to make a difference until the economies in Europe recover as well.
Richardson has beautifully educed how creativity springs from habit, self-awareness, the timely journal entry, the right book judiciously set aside.
I first checked the response Curves Ahead had received on the American fashion blogosphere, and was confused that its obvious attack on the fashion industry's mores educed a homogeneously positive reaction.
They love history and appreciate the "cool" and "awesome" educed from young visitors, a moment just short of magical.
Rules are inherently general even though educed from and applied to specific cases.
The questionnaires and interviews educed the participants' perceptions and practices regarding homework.
Geithner's recent remarks before the House Financial Services Committee about the creation of an optional federal charter regulatory system have educed a fractured response from leading insurance associations.
Wolves almost immediately educed the arrears through the lively Andy Keogh.
In this actor's hands, Bobby's enigma has never been more charming; his ambivalence has never educed more compassion.