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See definition of presupposing on Dictionary.com
  • as inprejudiced
  • as insupposing

synonyms for presupposing

  • bigoted
  • discriminatory
  • dogmatic
  • intolerant
  • intransigent
  • one-sided
  • opinionated
  • racist
  • sexist
  • xenophobic
  • blind
  • inclined
  • influenced
  • leaning
  • narrow
  • preconceived
  • predisposed
  • prepossessed
  • closed-minded
  • doctrinaire
  • extreme
  • hidebound
  • illiberal
  • narrow-minded
  • partisan
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antonyms for presupposing

MOST RELEVANT
  • fair
  • impartial
  • open-minded
  • tolerant
  • unprejudiced
  • generous
  • receptive
  • unbiased
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    How to use presupposing in a sentence

    In this way, by presupposing especial professional knowledge in a given witness, great mistakes are made.
    CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
    In presupposing the death of a friend, the dean, like many other virtuous men, “always supposed him going to a better place.”
    NATURE AND ARTMRS. INCHBALD
    In some subtle fashion she appeared to demand the good, and, by presupposing it was there, to bring it actually into existence.
    THE NEW GIRL AT ST. CHAD'SANGELA BRAZIL
    It is very difficult to explain the prevailing fairness of this tribe except by presupposing an admixture of some other blood.
    THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
    Presupposing continually, the common Base, and foundacion of all: namely Arithmetike and Geometrie.
    THE MATHEMATICALL PRAEFACE TO ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRIE OF EUCLID OF MEGARAJOHN DEE
    It was this gang we are presupposing—the gang that has been stealing lumber and lime and other material by the car-load.
    THE TAMING OF RED BUTTE WESTERNFRANCIS LYNDE
    It was a second question — important, yet still second and presupposing the solution of the first — Whether virtue is teachable?
    PLATO AND THE OTHER COMPANIONS OF SOKRATES, 3RD ED. VOLUME II (OF 4)GEORGE GROTE
    Again, his aim is to show that we become aware of a succession by presupposing the law of causality.
    KANT'S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGEHAROLD ARTHUR PRICHARD
    A similar process goes on again and again to form other strata, all occupying long time, and all presupposing the earlier ones.
    OMPHALOSPHILIP HENRY GOSSE
    With these words, presupposing an intimacy between her and Nekhludoff, which never existed, Anna Ignatievna greeted him.
    THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO PRESUPPOSING

    • bigoted
    • blind
    • closed-minded
    • discriminatory
    • doctrinaire
    • dogmatic
    • extreme
    • hidebound
    • illiberal
    • inclined
    • influenced
    • intolerant
    • intransigent
    • leaning
    • narrow
    • narrow-minded
    • one-sided
    • opinionated
    • partisan
    • preconceived
    • predisposed
    • prepossessed
    • presupposing
    • racist
    • sexist
    • xenophobic
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.