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1 premises

Land and the buildings on it.

Roget 182: place, lieu, spot, point, dot; niche, nook etc. (corner) 244; hole; pigeonhole etc. (receptacle) ... show more

Roget 467: evidence; facts, premises, data, praecognita [Lat.], grounds.    indication etc. 550; criterion etc. (test) 463.    testimony, ... show more

Roget 116: priority, antecedence, anteriority, precedence, pre-existence; precession etc. 280; precursor etc. 64; the past etc. ... show more

Roget 64: precursor, antecedent, precedent, predecessor; forerunner, vancourier, avant-coureur [Fr.], pioneer, prodrome, prodromos, prodromus, outrider; leader, bellwether; ... show more

Roget 476: reasoning ratiocination rationalism; dialectics, induction, generalization.    discussion, comment; ventilation; inquiry etc. 461.    argumentation, controversy, debate; ... show more

Dutch: pand

Moby thesaurus: airspace, area, belt, confines, continental shelf, corridor, country, department, district, division, environs, ground, heartland, hinterland, land, milieu, neighborhood, offshore rights, part, parts ... show more.

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1 premise

A statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn.

synonyms: assumption, premiss.

Dutch: perceel, voorwaarde, aanname, gis, gissing, onderstelling, veronderstelling
Polish: przesłanka


1 premise

Set forth beforehand, often as an explanation.

Roget 511: predict, prognosticate, prophesy, vaticinate, divine, foretell, soothsay, augurate, tell fortunes; cast a horoscope, cast a nativity; advise; forewarn ... show more

2 premise

Furnish with a preface or introduction.

synonyms: introduce, precede, preface.

Roget 62: precede; come before, come first; head, lead, take the lead; lead the way, lead the dance; be in the vanguard; introduce, usher in; have the pas; set the fashion etc. ... show more

3 premise

Take something as preexisting and given.

synonym: premiss.

Moby thesaurus: a priori principle, affirmation, ancestor, antecedent, apriorism, argue, assert, assertion, assume, assumed position, assumption, avant-propos, axiom, basis, basis for belief, body of evidence, breakthrough, categorical proposition, chain of evidence, clue ... show more.

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