In logic. That which is said concerning the subject in a logical prop- osition ; as, “The law is the perfection of common sense.” “Perfection of common sense,” being affirmed concerning the law, (the subject,) is the predicate or thing predicated. Wharton ; Bourland v. Hildreth, 26 Cal. 232.

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