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proposed

[ pruh-pohzd ]
/ prəˈpoʊzd /
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adjective
offered or suggested for consideration, acceptance, or action: Any proposed change to this charter must be noted on the agenda that is sent out for the next scheduled meeting.
(of a toast) offered: At the convention reception, the jokingly proposed toast was, "To pure mathematics, and may it never be of any use to anyone!"
presented or nominated for some position, membership, task, etc.: The letter should describe the purpose of the committee and list all proposed members along with their faculty ranks.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of propose.
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OTHER WORDS FROM proposed

un·pro·posed, adjective
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