assumed as true, regardless of fact; hypothetical:
a supposed case.
accepted or believed as true, without positive knowledge:
the supposed site of an ancient temple.
merely thought to be such; imagined:
(prenominal) presumed to be true without certain knowledge: his supposed date of birth
(prenominal) believed to be true on slight grounds; highly doubtful: the supposed existence of ghosts
(səˈpəʊzd), (postpositive) foll by to. expected or obliged (to): I’m supposed to be there at nine
(səˈpəʊzd), (postpositive; used in negative) foll by to. expected or obliged not (to): you’re not supposed to walk on the grass
adjective 1. assumed as true, regardless of fact; hypothetical: a supposed case. 2. accepted or believed as true, without positive knowledge: the supposed site of an ancient temple. 3. merely thought to be such; imagined: supposed gains. verb (used with object), supposed, supposing. 1. to assume (something), as for the sake of argument or as […]
noun 1. the state of being supreme. 2. supreme authority or power. noun 1. supreme power; authority 2. the quality or condition of being supreme
noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) Fine Arts. 1. a nonrepresentational style of art developed in Russia in the early 20th century, characterized by severely simple geometric shapes or forms and an extremely limited palette. noun 1. a form of pure cubist art, launched in Russia in 1913, and based on the principle that paintings should […]
adjective 1. highest in rank or authority; paramount; sovereign; chief. 2. of the highest quality, degree, character, importance, etc.: supreme courage. 3. greatest, utmost, or extreme: supreme disgust. 4. last or final; ultimate. noun 1. suprême (def 3). noun 1. Also called sauce suprême. a velouté made with a rich chicken stock. 2. Also called […]