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To posit that the war brings us closer to faith is a sleight of hand that makes fools of us all.

Simbikangwa denies any involvement and his lawyers posit their client was unaware of the massacre taking place.

We have to erase history and posit a Palestinian people that is, somehow, essentially different from other people.

Advocates of intervention may want to posit the U.S. as the world's police.

You posit that talking about the aesthetics of scent in traditional aesthetic terms makes scent subservient to other disciplines.

Nos duo Societate tuguriolum habemus ligneum, in quo vix posit mens commouere nos possumus.

We must posit these three genera (essence, movement, and stability) because intelligence thinks each of them separately.

Ibn Daud does not make use of creation to prove the existence of God, but neither does he posit eternal motion as Aristotle does.

To posit nature by thought is to posit something irreducible to thought and therefore unthinkable.

They say they took it from August 14 for a month, and paid a dee-posit, and they was to come in to-day.


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to posit, such as: hypothesize, postulate, presuppose, assume, conceive, and conclude.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.