Definition of Postposing

1. postpose [v] - See also: postpose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postposing

postpollination
postpolymerization
postponable
postpone
postponed
postponement
postponements
postponence
postponer
postponers
postpones
postponing
postpose
postposed
postposes
postposing (current term)
postposit
postposited
postpositing
postposition
postpositional
postpositionally
postpositions
postpositive
postpositively
postpositives
postposits
postpractice
postprandial
postprecipitation

Literary usage of Postposing

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1. The Works of Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty, Knight by Thomas Urquhart (1834)
"... and altogether postposing them to the satisfying of his base ^et P***""- appetite with one poor meal of meat, and that only in a sorry breakfast he was ..."

2. The Technic of modern operations for hernia by Alexander Hugh Ferguson (1908)
"... of preparation, postposing the operation until such time as the urine is again normal. Of course in cases of strangulated hernia this cannot be done. ..."

3. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia (1858)
"In the same way no is expressed by proposing la and postposing ba to the affirmative particle me, U me ba Sgau, ..."

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