infer (v.) Old form(s): inferr'd, Inferre
adduce, bring up, put forward
3H6 II.ii.44[King to Clifford] Full well hath Clifford played the orator, / Inferring arguments of mighty force
3H6 III.i.49[King to himself] Warwick ... / Inferreth arguments of mighty strength
R3 III.v.74[Richard to Buckingham] Infer the bastardy of Edward's children
R3 III.vii.12[Buckingham to Richard] I did infer your lineaments, / Being the right idea of your father
R3 III.vii.32[Buckingham to Richard, reporting the Lord Mayor] thus hath the Duke inferred
R3 IV.iv.343[King Richard to Queen Elizabeth, of marriage to her daughter] Infer fair England's peace by this alliance
R3 V.iii.315[King Richard to his army] What shall I say more than I have inferred?
Tim III.v.74[Second Senator to Alcibiades, of his friend] 'Tis inferred to us / His days are foul and his drink dangerous
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