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synonyms for propound

  • broach
  • proffer
  • set forth
  • adduce
  • advance
  • advise
  • affirm
  • ask
  • assert
  • contend
  • counsel
  • introduce
  • invite
  • kibitz
  • name
  • nominate
  • offer
  • pose
  • prefer
  • press
  • proposition
  • recommend
  • request
  • solicit
  • state
  • submit
  • suggest
  • tender
  • urge
  • volunteer
  • come up with
  • hit on
  • hold out
  • lay before
  • lay on the line
  • make a motion
  • make a pitch
  • move for
  • propone
  • put forward
  • put to
  • put up
  • speak one's piece
  • spitball
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antonyms for propound

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  • answer
  • deny
  • disapprove
  • discourage
  • dissuade
  • ignore
  • refuse
  • reject
  • reply
  • retreat
  • take back
  • tell
  • withdraw
  • withhold
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How to use propound in a sentence

“This is actually propounding universal, population-level mask-wearing,” Gandhi says.
WEARING A MASK COULD PROTECT YOU FROM COVID-19 IN MORE WAYS THAN YOU THINKKAT ESCHNERSEPTEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
It is the men who propound agitating ideas and who revolutionize the character of nations, that are persecuted.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
I propose, therefore, O Phaedo, that you propound someone statement which all you who have been discussing the matter believe.
THE INHUMANITY OF SOCIALISMEDWARD F. ADAMS
"That is rather a dangerous theory to propound," said Mr. Orban.
QUEENSLAND COUSINSELEANOR LUISA HAVERFIELD
It is a strange folly in multitudes of us, to set ourselves no mark, to propound no end in the hearing of the Gospel.
AIDS TO REFLECTIONSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
The unanswered question of the boy in the 'Moon Prayer' is one of many that the poet likes to propound.
THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER
When I was in college the professor would propound the old question: "Would you rather be a happy pig or an unhappy philosopher?"
THE BOOK OF LIFE: VOL. I MIND AND BODY; VOL. II LOVE AND SOCIETYUPTON SINCLAIR
Sunday child though he was, there seemed to be small chance that he would ever be able to propound his three wishes.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
All these three writers pretended to expound Aristotle's views of the passive intellect rather than propound their own.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
I call upon my guest, the loyal Mr. Desmond of the good city of Philadelphia, to propound a toast for us.
IN HOSTILE REDJOSEPH ALTSHELER
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