propound[ pruh-pound ]SEE DEFINITION OF propound
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPOUND
And he went on to propound the wildest schemes for getting away.
Thus does Arama propound his plan for a fusion between the races.
I do not wonder at your being ashamed to propound such a fiction.'
I propound the theory that the observer is the point of view.
You were pleased to propound some Questions, you have had our Resolutions upon them.
Stand up, Hannibal, and answer truly the questions I am about to propound to you.
At length some persons in authority were sent to propound to him terms of release.
What, then, is the scheme of reconciliation which I would venture to propound?
"That is rather a dangerous theory to propound," said Mr. Orban.
The only answers which they propound are the mythic and Tbingen theories.