Synonym: ask, call for, contend, demand, involve, necessitate, need, posit, require, take. Similar words: recapitulate, congratulate, posture, capitulation, congratulations, emulate, insulate, regulate. Meaning: ['pɑstʃəleɪt /'pɒstjʊ-] n. (logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning. v. 1. maintain or assert 2. take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom 3. require as useful, just, or proper.

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1 Let's

*postulate*that she is a cook.2 Even if we

*postulate*that she had a motive for the murder, that still doesn't mean she did it.3 It is, at best, a

*postulate*.4 Here Moscovici is offering a universal

*postulate*about social psychological processes.5 By implication it is impossible to

*postulate*any definite inverse correlation between changes in the real wage rate and changes in employment.6 It would be reasonable to accept any

*postulate*that would make it more probable.7 Bayes'

*postulate*is that, when nothing to the contrary is known, the probabilities should be assumed to be equal.8 But a

*postulate*in a Euclidean system must be accepted in order to maintain the integrity of the whole.9 Subjects depend on each other. National objectives

*postulate*certain contents.10 Because even an idiotic

*postulate*needs to be disproved by scientific means.11 It is a crucial

*postulate*underpinning all the social sciences that individuals are related through associations of various kinds.12 With this philosophy in mind, we

*postulate*that the divergent process is the worst possible.13 Offe also challenges the

*postulate*of an "organized capitalism".14 State

*postulate*is developed into energy state postulate.15 They

*postulate*excessive increase in price.16 Fruit quality is the

*postulate*that raises economic benefits.17 This intervention does not

*postulate*a patient's consent.18 Out of

*postulate*three it says Newtonian mechanics applicable.19 You discuss the dermas of a labia and

*postulate*the origin of life.20 This

*postulate*suggested a practical strategy for determining relative atomic weights from elemental percentages in compounds.21 By replacing the fifth

*postulate*in the preceding paper with the condition of spherical symmetry of space we again obtain the Friedmann universe in relativistic cosmology.22 For instance, theorists of social representation have developed Durkheim's

*postulate*that collective representations should have theoretical primacy over individual representations.23 A combinatin of sources of uranium may be the most realistic

*postulate*.24 The null result was directly related to a central

*postulate*of the theory.25 Chapter2 Theory Study of asset reorganization accounting. Analyzes its challenge to accounting

*postulate*, impact on accounting principles and influence on the accounting factors.26 If so we shall have a wave function that satisfies our new

*postulate*.27 Zhang Dongsun thinks knowledge is joint product of sense,(www.Sentencedict.com) form and

*postulate*.28 We must now devise a mathematical way of expressing this

*postulate*, and investigate its consequences.29 We can see individuals, but we can't see providence; we have to

*postulate*it Aldous Huxley.30 Conclusion CT can accurately demonstrate the site, extent and size of the lesion,

*postulate*the prognosis, and, therefore, is very valuable for medicolegal expertise.More similar words: recapitulate, congratulate, posture, capitulation, congratulations, emulate, insulate, regulate, modulate, undulate, insulated, speculate, ejaculate, inoculate, modulated, calculate, coagulate, stipulate, circulate, stimulate, emasculate, reticulate, articulate, manipulate, accumulate, immaculate, gesticulate, encapsulate, inarticulate, encapsulated.