nonsupposed

supposed

[suh-pohzd, -poh-zid]
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.

Origin:
1560–70; suppose + -ed2

supposedly [suh-poh-zid-lee] , adverb
nonsupposed, adjective
unsupposed, adjective
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supposed (səˈpəʊzd, -ˈpəʊzɪd)
 
adj (foll by to) (foll by to)
1.  (prenominal) presumed to be true without certain knowledge: his supposed date of birth
2.  (prenominal) believed to be true on slight grounds; highly doubtful: the supposed existence of ghosts
3.  expected or obliged (to): I'm supposed to be there at nine
4.  expected or obliged not (to): you're not supposed to walk on the grass
 
supposedly
 
adv

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supposed
"believed or thought to exist," 1580s, pp. adj. from suppose (q.v.); often with the -e- pronounced, to distinguish it from the passive p.t. supposed, now common in the sense of "to have a duty or obligation" (1859).
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