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Synonyms for suppose

Synonyms for suppose

to take for granted without proof

to draw an inference on the basis of inconclusive evidence or insufficient information

to regard in an appraising way

to oblige to do or not do by force of authority, propriety, or custom

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express a supposition

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expect, believe, or suppose

take for granted or as a given

require as a necessary antecedent or precondition

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And I suppose now that I've played in Championship, people are raising questions as to who'll be in.
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Suppose, also, that you learn that the federal government based its recommendation on the fact that morbidly obese people are statistically far more apt to die in any given year than fit people.
I suppose you are black-haired, blonde, brown, red, white, or purplehaired.
I suppose he found living together for three years, having his parents over every other weekend, and dishtowel shopping at Ross so free and easy that it left him with a host of other options.
I suppose his next effort will be to seek double social benefits for bi-sexuals.
Suppose Corporation B lends $25,000 to Corporation A.
So I suppose there's wisdom in not getting the opinions of others too early in the proceedings.
Suppose you get an RFP in which the agency says you will have one hour to run the benchmark and if you fail you will be disqualified from the RFP?
I suppose the difference is that he's beating the hell out of a male human being and I suppose it's in a controlled environment - although tell that to those who have lost loved ones in the ring.
I suppose I might be relieved, too, that we are not being asked to discuss the next 500 years of Israeli writing here today.
Suppose that in a few of the herbicide-resistant rice plants, the Terminator gene failed to be activated.
Suppose Harry Truman's church had taught him the absolute rule of just war theory that you must not intentionally target noncombatants, and certainly not bomb cities with mass-destruction weapons like the atomic bomb?
For example, suppose you bought 100 shares of Intel stock in early 1996 at $60 per share--a very smart move.
But suppose the oddsmakers are giving the Grizzlies 17 points?