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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The cognitive process of assuming; A hypothesis that is taken for granted.

Usage examples (23)
  • Lord from a charge of changeableness upon his supposal needs little pains to demonstrate.
  • The vanity of this supposal hath been sufficiently before discovered and itself disproved.
  • Secondly, Particular instances in this or that supposal, as consequences of the doctrine asserted.
  • A supposal hereof is the strength of that consideration which yielded Mr Goodwin this demonstration. for more
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