These judgements must be accepted as being what we presuppose them to be in making them, viz.
Having told you what I presuppose in you, I proceed now to the directions.
As some critic has well said, the Anglo-Saxon poet seems to presuppose a knowledge of his subject-matter by those he addresses.
They presuppose a certain training, both moral and intellectual, in the pupil.
They presuppose membership in it and familiarity with its tradition.
Each corresponds to the other; they complete and presuppose each other.
Is not every one of these taken from earthly relationships, and doth it not presuppose a something which is to be found on earth?
Improvement in one test does not presuppose improvement in another.
All the activity of man, all his efforts and all his enterprises, presuppose a hope in him of attaining an end.
They presuppose a settled population, accustomed to work, and skilled in it.