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synonyms for presupposed

  • accepted
  • granted
  • presumed
  • conjectured
  • connoted
  • given
  • hypothesized
  • inferred
  • postulated
  • supposed
  • surmised
  • understood
  • counted on
  • hypothetical
  • suppositional
  • tacit
  • taken as known
  • taken for granted
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antonyms for presupposed

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  • genuine
  • natural
  • real
  • unassumed
  • unexpected
    • certain
    • definite
    • factual
    • real
    • sure
    • calculated
    • confirmed
    • measured
    • proved
    • proven
    • reliable
    • truthful
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              How to use presupposed in a sentence

              To her confusion, he presupposed her intimate acquaintance with the personalities of the World of Variety.
              JAFFERYWILLIAM 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 BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
              The cabinet system presupposed a definite and united majority behind the Government.
              THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
              A knowledge of the elementary principles of French grammar on the part of the student is presupposed.
              CONTES FRANAISDOUGLAS LABAREE BUFFUM
              A naturally keen musical ear is of course presupposed in the case of any one desiring to study music.
              THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGINGDAVID C. TAYLOR
              First of all, little must be presupposed concerning peoples powers of observation.
              CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
              Given such a case, similar circumstances presupposed, he could not evade the obligations which they impose.
              THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 1 (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
              But this was because such a nature already presupposed a God's nature, realizing his own ends, stepped in with effect.
              THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 1 (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
              We have presupposed a certain amount of education and culture in the home by maintaining for it intelligence and unselfishness.
              QUESTIONABLE AMUSEMENTS AND WORTHY SUBSTITUTESJ. M. JUDY
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              WORDS RELATED TO PRESUPPOSED

              • accepted
              • conjectured
              • connoted
              • counted on
              • given
              • granted
              • hypothesized
              • hypothetical
              • inferred
              • postulated
              • presumed
              • presupposed
              • supposed
              • suppositional
              • surmised
              • tacit
              • taken as known
              • taken for granted
              • understood
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