propositions[ prop-uh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF propositions
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All the propositions which he introduced were for the welfare and benefit of the people.
But your propositions run out of one ear as they ran in at the other.
But there is no harmony, he said, in the two propositions that knowledge is recollection, and that the soul is a harmony.
Such are the modes in which propositions and terms may be ambiguous.'
The propositions were favourably received, and by no less a person than Nauclidas.
"We are accepting no propositions this week," said Mabel with dignity.
He insulted her again with his compliments and propositions.
There must be not one weak link in his close-meshed chain of propositions.
The reader can demonstrate the truth of the propositions set forth.
In the ensuing pages I venture to suggest some propositions for the purpose.