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Synonyms for propound

to state, as an idea, for consideration

Words related to propound

put forward, as of an idea

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Rehr used his access to NPR's national audience to propound the NBWA case for permanent estate tax repeal, and the excise tax roll-back.
Its five sections propound women's self-fashioning, the appropriation of feminine identity, constructs of the feminine psyche, linguistic strategies, and transformations of conventional genres.
In 1826, he began to propound this view in a pamphlet, Views on the Two Seeds, which was soon followed in the same year by A Supplement or Explanation of My Views on the Two Seeds and The Second Dose of Doctrine on the Two Seeds.
Although we managed to change history departments across the country, we failed to propound a new progressive grand narrative of American history.
MIRPUR (AJK) -- AJK Parliamentary Committee, formed to propound reforms in AJK Interim Constitution Act, 1974, has welcomed the initiative of Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo to seek recommendations of the Kashmiri leadership to the same effect through All Parties Conference.
The first edition was published in December 1958, seeking to propound the ideology of Pan-Arabism.
It annoys me how modern pundits propound the superiority of some player over the last 40 years over all others.
propound an argument that "a structured, rigorous process of looking at an industry or industry segment through the lenses of the theories of innovation provides powerful insights not readily observable to the naked eye.
Men propound mathematical theorems in beleaguered cities, conduct metaphysical arguments in condemned cells, make jokes on scaffolds.
Consequently, we urge the Treasury Department and IRS to complete their interest netting study without delay and to propound specific recommendations for how interest netting should be effected.
First, it's not unusual for fascists to propound left-sounding critiques of bourgeois institutions, including capitalism.
The agenda, declared for the meeting also propound that the committee would evolve solid and result-oriented recommendations.
What is interesting is that they now intend to allow an initial free period of anything from 15 to 30 minutes, yet in their 'consultation document', one of the main advantages they propound is that the fact that every vehicle will display a ticket that will make enforcement easier.
If life is not sacred, then the eugenicist may propound the model of the factory farm, where offspring must measure up to a predetermined standard.
Over a dozen people waited their turns to ask questions, propound on the state of international affairs, or seek help in figuring out Medicare and Medi-Cal benefits.