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


It pre-supposes in its votary a mind essentially mercantile.

This pre-supposes one is expected to give a somewhat extended toast.

Their becoming servants, pre-supposes compensation as a motive.

It pre-supposes a nebulous ring of a width so enormous that it would have overlapped the ring of Mars.

He pre-supposes that the club is moving in a horizontal direction at the moment it hits the ball.

All this pre-supposes the idea of God, and without that idea, there can be no justice and no rights, properly so-called.

It pre-supposes associative men; and men remain associated only because of the benefits co-operation yields them.

The gift is a civil act, which pre-supposes a public deliberation.

All this, of course, pre-supposes that the war will last long enough so that the nation as a nation will suffer.