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Definition of A fortiori

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(Latin) with more reason, for a still stronger reason
A fortiori Definition from Arts & Humanities Dictionaries & Glossaries
JM Latin-English Dictionary
With yet stronger reason
A fortiori Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
With stronger reason.

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a fortiori
a flea in the ear, an unwelcome hint or unexpected reply, annoying like a flea; an irritating repulse; as, to put a flea in one's ear; to go away with a flea in one's ear...
see also flea

WordNet 2.0

1. for a still stronger, more certain reason; "if you are wrong then, a foritori, so am I"
(synonym) with greater reason, with more reason
A fortiori Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
English Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia
An a fortiori argument is an "argument from a yet stronger reason." (The phrase a fortiori is Latin for "from [something] stronger".)

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Catch-22 is a satirical novel by the American author Joseph Heller. He began writing it in 1953; the novel was first published in 1961. It is frequently cited as one of the greatest literary works of the twentieth century. It uses a distinctive non-chronological third-person omniscient narration, describing events from the points of view of different characters. The separate storylines are out of sequence so that the timeline develops along with the plot.

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A fortiori Definition from Law Dictionaries & Glossaries
The 'Lectric Law Library
An epithet for any conclusion or inference which is much stronger than another. 'If it be so, in a feoffment passing a new right, a fortiori, much more is it for the restitution of an ancient right.'

To draw the inference that because a certain thing is true, then another thing must be true as well.

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.
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Law Dictionary
Latin term meaning "with stronger reason." An inference thatbecause a certain conclusion or fact is true, then the same reasoning makes iteven more certain that a second conclusion is true. For example: Dan is accusedof aiding in a bank robbery in which all of the participants were over six feettall. One suspect has already been cleared by police because he is only fivefeet six inches. Since Dan is only five feet two inches, a fortiori he couldnot have participated in the robbery and will also be cleared.