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How to use presupposed in a sentence
The oppressive actions of the Southern state presupposed the oppressive organization of Southern society and the Southern economy.
To her confusion, he presupposed her intimate acquaintance with the personalities of the World of Variety.Jaffery | William J. Locke
There is here no deceit, for, as presupposed, the others themselves reach their own ends by this means best.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography. | Solomon Maimon
That, indeed, was transitory and presupposed youth, but it was not obscure and its inhabitants had no misgivings.Vie de Bohme | Orlo Williams
The cabinet system presupposed a definite and united majority behind the Government.The Canadian Dominion | Oscar D. Skelton
A knowledge of the elementary principles of French grammar on the part of the student is presupposed.Contes Franais | Douglas Labaree Buffum
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