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Definition of "postulating" [postulating]

  • Present participle of postulate. (verb)

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Use "postulating" in a sentence
  • "Take your abuse of my theology, for example, which you characterize as postulating an “anthropomorphic Superhuman Being who issues commandments and demands unquestioning and absolute obedience.”"
  • "I may of course be entirely wrong in postulating this theory and it could be attributable to Homstaurus Britannica, a more lowly supplier of trinkets to the common people of this period."
  • "Kmiec really is grasping in postulating that perhaps those helpful White House functionaries were merely trying to assay whether Aschcroft was well enough to resume his duites."
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