(comparative more suppositional, superlative most suppositional)
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supposition +â€Ž -al
Variant of supposition
- the act of supposing
- something supposed; assumption; hypothesis
Origin of suppositionOld French ; from Classical Latin suppositio ; from suppositus, past participle of supponere: see suppose