Part of speech:
(Archaic) To subject to strain or hardship:
To express doubt about; dispute:
To recommend (a person) for a position, office, or membership; nominate.
To set forth beforehand, or as introductory to the main subject; to offer previously, as something to explain or aid in understanding what follows.
To assign to a specific position or station:
To show the presence and location of (game) by standing still and facing toward it
To bid (a price, etc.)
(Now Rare) To name, call, or designate
To come near to in place, time, character, or value; to draw nearer to.
To serve as or provide a motive for; prompt or demand:
To give advice or counsel:
A visionary plan or project
The definition of a postulate is something accepted as truth and used as the basis for an argument or theory.
A statement that explains or makes generalizations about a set of facts or principles, usually forming a basis for possible experiments to confirm its viability.
A situation as it relates to the surrounding circumstances:
An unproved statement assumed as a premise
The definition of a proposal is a marriage offer or a plan.
An exact written description of an invention by an applicant for a patent.
A statement or an account describing something:
(Logic) A minor premise.
A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
(Law) An agreement whereby parties to a dispute submit the matter to arbitration and agree to be bound by the decision
In litigation, a rejection of a claim or request; an assertion in a pleading rejecting facts asserted by the other party in its own pleading.
Severe reproof; strong censure.
The definition of a plan is a document, program or diagram that shows how to proceed.
An official statement of a nation's policy, esp. toward other nations
A formal statement; proclamation
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