unsuppositive

suppositive

[suh-poz-i-tiv]
adjective
1.
of the nature of or involving supposition; suppositional.
2.
supposititious or false.
3.
Grammar. expressing or noting supposition, as the words if, granting, or provided.
noun
4.
Grammar. a suppositive word.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Late Latin suppositīvus, equivalent to supposit(us) (see supposition) + -īvus -ive

suppositively, adverb
nonsuppositive, adjective, noun
nonsuppositively, adverb
unsuppositive, adjective
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suppositive (səˈpɒzɪtɪv)
 
adj
1.  of, involving, or arising out of supposition
2.  grammar denoting a conjunction introducing a clause expressing a supposition, as for example if, supposing, or provided that
 
n
3.  grammar a suppositive conjunction
 
sup'positively
 
adv

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