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    putative

    putative - Dictionary definition and meaning for word putative

    Definition
    (adj) purported; commonly put forth or accepted as true on inconclusive grounds
    Example Sentence
    • the foundling's putative father
    • the putative author of the book
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for putative

divide it like put-a-ti(tea)..so we are PRESUPPOSED to put tea on the table not on the floor

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remember "reputive". Reputive gods are commonly blieved and regarded.

RE-PUTATIVE i.e. reputative or reputed...!!!

putative=put forth tentatively.

focus on the PUT in putative.... "About nine months after putting out, the PUTative father PUT out his arm, demanding a blood test to PUT to rest the question of paternity."

sounds like mutative(mutated). It is SUPPOSED(commonly put forth) that we mutated from chimpanzee... Hope it helps!!!

basically this word is derived from latin putre....means to think.......so you think ..you sUPPOSE...YOU CONSIDER something reputed..you regard something highly....you assume that something exist in this world

changumangu's potatoes are supposed to be reputed. go figure!

A burglary case and a file of known criminals .. You PUT-A-TICK (putative) to the name which you suppose is reputed in this crime case ..

(put+at+live):put TV at live which is always recommended

PUTATIVE IS PUT-AT=EVE...U WILL PUT SOMETHIN NLY IF U THNK ITS APPRPPRIATE..OR REPUTATED

putative - he is putative to be a putalian, a reputed putalian

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