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Correct spelling:
To require to exist or to be true; to imply by the laws of thought or of nature; as, purpose supposes foresight.


conjecture, guess, hypothecate, hypothesise, hypothesize, imagine, opine, reckon, say, speculate, theorise, theorize, think.
Apriorism, rough guess, sneaking suspicion, stab in the dark.
assume, guess
accept, admit, brainstorm, calculate, conjecture, cook up, deem, divine, dream, estimate, expect, figure, grant, guesstimate, hypothesize, imagine, infer, judge, opine, posit, predicate, presume, presuppose, pretend, spark, speculate, surmise, suspect, take, take for granted, theorize, think, understand, dare-say, go out on a limb, hazard a guess.
accept, affirm, assent, assume, believe, conceive, conclude, consider, credit, declare, deem, fancy, feel, gather, hold, judge, maintain, postulate, presume, profess, reckon, regard, surmise, take for granted, trust, understand, view, give faith, put faith in, swear by, be afraid, have a hunch, have sneaking suspicion, take as gospel truth, take stock in.
account, add, appraise, approximate, assess, calculate, compute, consider, count, deduce, determine, divide, enumerate, estimate, evaluate, figure, gauge, guess, infer, measure, multiply, plan, plot, program, quantify, quantize, rank, rate, rationalize, reckon, schedule, scheme, score, study, sum, systematize, tally, think, total, triangulate, value, weigh.
say, suppose.
brainstorm, conceive, contemplate, create, design, envision, fantasize, ideate, imagine, invent, observe, opine, perceive, reflect, theorize.
conjecture, hypothesize, philosophize, prophesy, speculate.
Examples of usage:
  1. To suppose is temporarily to assume a thing as true, either with the expectation of finding it so or for the purpose of ascertaining what would follow if it were so. To suppose is also to think a thing to be true while aware or conceding that the belief does not rest upon any sure ground, and may not accord with fact; or yet again, to suppose is to imply as true or involved as a necessary inference; as, design supposes the existence of a designer. To conjecture is to put together the nearest available materials for a provisional opinion, always with some expectation of finding the facts to be as conjectured. To imagine is to form a mental image of something as existing, tho its actual existence may be unknown, or even impossible. To think, in this application, is to hold as the result of thought what is admitted not to be matter of exact or certain knowledge; as, I do not know, but I think this to be the fact: a more conclusive statement than would be made by the use of conjecture or suppose. Compare DOUBT; HYPOTHESIS. –  by
  2. You could love him, in time, I suppose? – Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade
  3. " I suppose so," said he. – Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope
  4. I suppose you never saw her then. – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  5. How do you suppose I know? – The-Circus-Boys-on-the-Mississippi-or-Afloat-with-the-Big-Show-on-the-Big-River by Darlington, Edgar B. P.