excerpt, come, paint a picture, suggest, provoke, deduct, excogitate, gain, call forth, arouse, aspirate, draw, infer, pull up, extend, distill, invoke, kick up, evolve, call down, deduce, press out, stir, pull out, descend, study at extract, obtain, fire, show, derive, reason, enkindle, prolong, take out, distil, pull, summon, conjure, extract, put forward, protract, kindle, bring up, raise, evoke, express, draw out, conjure up, suck out
discover (part of speech: verb)
- In order to educe order out of this confusion of opinions, and to enable us to acquire, if possible, a less objectionable title, it has been proposed to petition the Chancellor for a sale, as a title from the court would be free from doubt. - "History of American Socialisms", John Humphrey Noyes.
- And perhaps he loved the marble so well that he did not like to quit the good white stone without sparing a portion of its clinging strength and stubbornness, as symbol of the effort of his brain and hand to educe live thought from inert matter. - "The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti", John Addington Symonds.
- The administration of Governor Chamberlain in South Carolina was an instance of an earnest and partially successful endeavor to educe good government from desperate conditions. - "Ulysses S. Grant", Walter Allen.