Postulated In A Sentence

Definition of Postulated

simple past tense and past participle of postulate

How To Use Postulated In A Sentence?

  • Copernicus postulated the heliocentric planetary system instead of the geocentric.
  • Nevertheless, combination must be postulated among the parts of the Universe, 197.
  • We have met with two general motives, both of which are subordinated to the doctrine of an absolute being postulated and sought by philosophy.
  • In both the justification of the postulated units and laws will be their ability to describe and systematise the observed phenomena in a uniform and consistent way.
  • Structural progressiveness is postulated for the species that has the simplest (in this instance specialized) baculum and smallest fourth upper premolar.
  • In the earlier work, as we saw, the theories were postulated first, and the actions were measured against those self-derived standards of right and wrong.
  • It is thus that it was readily considered evident that physics must necessarily some day re-enter the domain of mechanics, and thence it was postulated that everything in nature is due to movement.
  • In their mutual relations, waywardness and chance have a place; for each person in the aggregate is autonomous: the universal of law is only postulated between them, and not actually existent.

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