You naturally ask about the future, which can only be premised.
Now, it must be premised that Deadwood had recently chosen a sheriff.
This premised, and I trust accepted, let us enter upon our task.
And first, there is premised a common corollary drawne out of the 24.
This, and enough, premised, I go souse into my personal history.
It must be premised, however, that they had not then seen the supper, which was truly regal.
I thought it had been premised that we were not to talk of the past.
The footpath by the river, as the master had premised, was well protected.
I have premised its antiquity, which is of two sorts, as is that of a nobleman.
The advantages of this course, as we premised in the beginning of our speech, are many.