Premiss

Prem'iss noun Premise. Whately. I. Watts
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Premiss

• (n.) Premise.
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Premiss

A proposition, or one of several propositions, from which an inference is drawn, or the sentence expressing such a proposition. Following C. S. Peirce, we here prefer the spelling premiss, to distinguish from the word premise in other senses (in particular to distinguish the plural from the legal term premises). -- A.C.
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