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“My ancestors are guayusa,” posits Frederico, with a more mystical approach to the genesis theory.

(PDF) The Cold War that Gause posits is between Saudi Arabia and Iran—the former Sunni and the latter Shia.

In this Newcastle Brown Ale ad, gangly British comedian Stephen Merchant posits, ‘What if the Brits won the Revolutionary War?’

Similarly, the Sikh tradition posits that the role and significance of community is not limited to the political domain.

This is why, Gladwell posits, happier countries have higher suicide rates than unhappy countries.

By thinking them simultaneously, Intelligence posits them; and, as soon as Intelligence thinks them, they are (in existence).

Darwin posits three general principles on which most expressions and gestures are to be explained.

He always posits the unity in the form of a confession without describing it.

He likewise posits a simple predicate and further signalizes its functional character by naming it Fire.

This cannot lie in the Ego, which in itself posits only activity.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to posits, such as: postulate, hypothesize, presuppose, gather, presume, and conclude.

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