Syllogism

Syllogism, an argument consisting of three propositions, of which two are called premises, major and minor, and the one that necessarily follows from them the conclusion.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Sydney, Algernon * Sylphs
Swithin, St.
Switzerland
Sybaris
Sybel, Heinrich von
Sycorax
Sydenham
Sydenham, Floyer
Sydenham, Thomas
Sydney
Sydney, Algernon
Syllogism
Sylphs
Sylvester, St.
Sylvester, St.
Symbolism
Syme, James
Symonds, John Addington
Symphlagades
Symphony
Synagogue
Synagogue, the Great

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Syllogism in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable