I verb acknowledge, advance, advocate, affirm, allege, announce, argue, assert, asseverate, assume, attest, aver, avouch, avow, bring forward, certify, cite, claim, contend, declare, enunciate, express, hypothesize, inform, insist, issue a statement, lay down, maintain, moot, pose, postulate, predicate, proclaim, profess, promulgate, pronounce, propose, propound, put forth, put forward, say, set forth, state, stipulate, submit, take a stand, tell, testify, utter with conviction, vouch II index comment, infer, pose (propound), postulate, presume, presuppose, propound, surmise, suspect (think)

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