### Definition of Illatively

1. adv. By inference; as an illative; in an illative manner.

### Definition of Illatively

1. Adverb. In an illative way. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

1. [adv]

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Illatively

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### Literary usage of Illatively

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Saturday Magazine (1843)
"We may also illatively-convert A [a Universal-affirmative] by altering its " Quantity " from Universal to Particular. For " Every X is Y " does imply that ..."

2. Easy Lessons on Reasoning by Richard Whately (1845)
"A Particular negative [O] cannot be converted illatively, except by changing its Quality from negative to affirmative, (without altering the sense) by ..."

3. Easy Lessons on Reasoning by Richard Whately (1857)
"A Particular negative [O] cannot be converted illatively, except by changing its Quality from negative to affirmative, (without altering the sense) by ..."

4. A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek, of All the Apostolical by James Macknight (1841)
"Алл» is used illatively, and must be translated, •wherefore, therefore. .... Гас is also used illatively, and mnst be translated •wherefore, therefore. ..."

5. Elements of Logic by Richard Whately (1913)
"Hence, since E [Universal-negative] distributes both terms, and I, [Particular-affirmative] neither, these may both be simply-converted illatively; ..."

6. Logic: ... an Introduction to the Study of Reasoning by John Leechman (1864)
"In these three ways every proposition may be illatively converted ; and to aid the memory, all these rules of conversion have been laid down in the ..."