Thesaurus / predicated


That is, of course, predicated on populations having access to the Internet and a basic education in areas like writing, math, or statistics.

All major veterans benefits programs, from Revolutionary War pensions to the GI Bill, are predicated on the notion that the dangers of military service merit forms of gratitude that secure future benefits.

Part of that approach has been predicated on the idea that the country would be able to handle a surge in new cases — but no effort appears to have been made to actually accommodate it.

The world’s second-biggest economy had become a market system that was fundamentally different from the capitalist model upon which most international trade laws and norms are predicated.

It may be creating a predicate for the Justice Department to make inflated announcements about mail-in vote fraud and the like in the run-up to the election.

On the contrary, the soul is identical with the Soul-essence, when she is simple, and when she is not predicated of anything else.

Chastity cannot be predicated of those who believe marriages to be unchaste.

Their liking had matured into an attachment, which might have been predicated upon their consonance of feeling and sentiment.

AloneMarion Harland

Self-existence is inconceivable; and this holds true whatever be the nature of the object of which it is predicated.

That is to say, "difference" must be predicated of the Thing in itself!

The Basis of MoralityArthur Schopenhauer

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