premise - Dictionary definition and meaning for word premise
premise= premiss= PRE(old)+ MISSIVE(letter). hence an old letter is produced in court,ON THE BASIS of which court announced the verdict.
promise is the basic assumption in praim (love)
premise = premi (lover) + se... now u can fabricate a host of mnemonics
pre(before)+mise(wise): so so it means guessing before hand only.
"Premise" == "promise" you 'assume' that you can keep the promise so you made it ,,, 'assume','postulate'
premise-> ESIM(sounds like ASUMption)
promise yaar sahi bol ra hun, go make the argument now
prepare a miss for the master. i ASSUME he is in a lustful mood
precise=exact wer as premise=assumption