verb (used with object)
- posigrade rocket,
- position angle,
- position audit,
- position effect
Origin of posit
Examples from the Web for posited
Cheri Jacobus, a Republican political consultant, posited that there is something else at play.Why Do Voters Stick With Hypocrites Like Scott DesJarlais?|Keli Goff|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A few years later, Baum posited that the math behind tumor growth looked more like chaos theory than anything else.
Under that standard, all of the hypotheticals I posited above are constitutional.Judges Now Recognize Anti-Gay Marriage Laws Are Irrational|Geoffrey R. Stone|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or as Sen. Lee posited, “Many of you may have been told that this is a lost cause.”
It was first posited that they were Japanese soldiers who had died while crossing the area during World War II.
The eternal existence of the soul is posited by every school of Hindu thought.India, Its Life and Thought|John P. Jones
The two positions are to be conciliated in the thought of reciprocal limitation of the posited ego and non-ego.
The whole which is present for discrimination is posited in sense-awareness as necessary for the discriminated parts.The Concept of Nature|Alfred North Whitehead
Or have they been created and posited, as it were, in the soul, when it began to exist?
There were other things—a luster chandelier, quaintly-wrought hearth-irons, a carved wood mantel—that posited to bygone days.The Long Portage|Harold Bindloss
Word Origin for posit
"to assert," 1690s, from Latin positus "placed, situated, standing, planted," past participle of ponere "put, place" (see position). Related: Posited; positing.