presuppose[ pree-suh-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF presuppose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESUPPOSE
Affinities at least have the grace to presuppose a special sex-attraction.
It does not presuppose any promise on the part of the servient owner.
They presuppose the philosopher's, or the architect's, physical presence.
They presuppose membership in it and familiarity with its tradition.
This does not presuppose their estates to have been extensive.
Having told you what I presuppose in you, I proceed now to the directions.
They presuppose a certain training, both moral and intellectual, in the pupil.
Each corresponds to the other; they complete and presuppose each other.
Mind, I repeat it, I presuppose nothing but general depression.
The works of genius are the 'summum' of civilization, and presuppose utility.