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Spell check of propose

Correct spelling: propose

Synonyms:
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Examples of usage:

1) We are sure of reaching the doctor's house in good time, so I propose that we rest here awhile, climb up to that steeple, and dine at the inn of the place; by this plan we shall not arrive just as my future father- in- law is sitting down to dinner. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) " Well," he asked gravely, " how do you propose to set about it?" - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) Well, that's plain enough at any rate- and when do you propose leaving us? - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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