Again she seldom said much about her people, or her earlier life, except in a vague and generalising sort of way.
He is not generalising; he is inferring a particular from particulars.
generalising we must say this:There may be supposed to be extended physical objects to which the idea of motion cannot be applied.
Now, people are so fond of generalising about colonists, and how wrong they are!
generalising on such a topic is hedged about with pitfalls, and the wary are disinclined to enter such debatable ground.
We do not waste our intellects in generalising, but take man or bird as we find him.
Beyond this, he was a man of superior mind, with strong comprehensive and generalising faculties.
In criticising decorated bindings there is a danger of falling into the common error of generalising from isolated instances.
The next substantial step is the generalising of commodity forms.
"Most women always are," said Henrietta, with conscientious evasiveness and generalising less hopefully than usual.
generalize gen·er·al·ize (jěn'ər-ə-līz')
v. gen·er·al·ized, gen·er·al·iz·ing, gen·er·al·iz·es
To reduce to a general form, class, or law.
To render indefinite or unspecific.
To infer from many particulars.
To draw inferences or a general conclusion from.
To make generally or universally applicable.