She is a reported fan of our book Sextrology wherein we posit these very theories.
Advocates of intervention may want to posit the U.S. as the world's police.
House of Cards appears to posit that ruthlessness is next to godliness.
His more polemical books, such as Black Mass and Straw Dogs, often posit a worldview bleak enough to make Beckett blanch.
You posit that talking about the aesthetics of scent in traditional aesthetic terms makes scent subservient to other disciplines.
For how can he commend self-control and yet posit pleasure as the supreme good?
Let me posit here the ideal conditions for a morning pipe as I know them.
It is therefore advisable to doubt every thing, in fact to deny every thing, to posit every thing as false.
If so, we may at least posit that almost unbounded license must be allowed the pen which aims simply to raise a laugh.
The word is adds no new predicate, but only serves to posit the predicate in its relation to the subject.