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She was about 35, Dexter supposed.
The game was not as one-sided as we had supposed.
I suppose she must be delighted about getting the job.
Scientists can only suppose that the illness is caused by a virus.
Older people can learn much more quickly than is commonly supposed.
We have no reason to suppose that he's done anything illegal.
There was good reason to suppose that she had left the country.
She was accompanied by a man whom we supposed to be her husband.
This is the American English definition of suppose. View British English definition of suppose.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important
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