Definitions for "Entailment"
something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"
"Semantic implication within a context, for example buying entails paying."
an intuitive relationship such that, because A and B are connected, whenever we take A to be the case we also take B to be the case
In pragmatics (linguistics), entailment is the relationship between two sentences where the truth of one (A) requires the truth of the other (B).
Keywords:  verb
A verb entails if cannot be done unless is, or has been, done.
The condition of being entailed.
a set of rules pertaining to the emergence of self-organization by a system in which uncertain conditions and influences are present
Keywords:  descent, mode, directing, act, estate
The act of entailing or of giving, as an estate, and directing the mode of descent.
Keywords:  thing
A thing entailed.