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Definition of premise:

  1. To speak or write as introductory to the main subject; to explain or offer previously; to lay down as first propositions on which the subsequent ones are based.

Synonyms:

inclose, enter, premises, given, laying claim, stick in, assumption, bring out, effrontery, proof, preface, hypothetical, antedate, supposition, usher in, presupposition, acquaint, present, presumptuousness, park, inaugurate, lead, forego, innovate, if, enclose, supposal, introduce, commitment, thought, put in, theory, predate, postulate, ideal, faith, bring in, yard, philosophy, premiss, antecede, demesne, infix, precede, come before, reason, insert, forgo.

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