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


They pre-suppose that, for all practical purposes, its quantity cannot vary, or fluctuate.

There cannot be anything really serious the matter; to break open the door would be to pre-suppose something terrible.

Novels are supposed to represent life; but then they pre-suppose a knowledge of the world, to begin with.

But if we waive this, and pre-suppose the actual existence of such a disposition; two cases are possible.

Practical principles which pre-suppose an object of desire are empirical, or experimental, and supply no practical laws.

Do they not pre-suppose some external force distinct from substance to which it communicates motion?

"I dare say; writing verse does not pre-suppose genius, nor is a man a genius if he behaves like a brute," said Falk.

I beg to say that when I speak of 'old cerements' being put off, I pre-suppose a living body in resurrection.