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See definition of supposal on Dictionary.com
  • as inassumption
  • as intheory
  • as inpostulation
  • as inpresupposition
  • as inguess

synonyms for supposal

  • acceptance
  • belief
  • expectation
  • guess
  • hunch
  • hypothesis
  • inference
  • premise
  • presumption
  • supposition
  • suspicion
  • theory
  • conjecture
  • fancy
  • posit
  • postulate
  • postulation
  • presupposition
  • shot
  • stab
  • surmise
  • theorization
  • accepting
  • assuming
  • shot in the dark
  • sneaking suspicion
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antonyms for supposal

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  • disbelief
  • fact
  • knowledge
  • measurement
  • proof
  • reality
  • truth
  • doubt
  • genuineness
  • naturalness
  • realness
  • unexpected
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How to use supposal in a sentence

This was the advice which Haman gave, out of a supposal that such a reward would come to himself.
THE ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWSFLAVIUS JOSEPHUS
Newes from any-whence, or, Old Truth under a supposal of Noueltie.
NOTES & QUERIES, NO. 42, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1850VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO SUPPOSAL

  • acceptance
  • accepting
  • assuming
  • belief
  • conjecture
  • expectation
  • fancy
  • guess
  • hunch
  • hypothesis
  • inference
  • posit
  • postulate
  • postulation
  • premise
  • presumption
  • presupposition
  • shot
  • shot in the dark
  • sneaking suspicion
  • stab
  • supposal
  • supposition
  • surmise
  • suspicion
  • theorization
  • theory
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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