put, place


  • superimpose

    If two things are superimposed, one is stacked over the other so that both become one.

  • transpose

    If you transpose two things, you make them change places or reverse their normal order.

  • interpose

    When you interpose, you interrupt or interfere in some fashion.

  • predispose

    If someone is predisposed to something, they are made favorable or inclined to it in advance, or they are made susceptible to something, such as a disease.

  • propose

    When you propose something, you offer an idea or suggestion in the hope that it is accepted.

  • disposed

    When you are disposed towards a particular action or thing, you are inclined or partial towards it.

  • composure

    When someone exhibits composure, they remain calm—even in difficult times or conditions.

  • compose

    form the substance of

  • composed

    serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress

  • decompose

    separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts

  • depose

    force to leave (an office)

  • discomposed

    having your composure disturbed

  • discomposure

    anxious embarrassment

  • disposal

    the power to use something or someone

  • dispose

    give, sell, or transfer to another

  • expose

    the exposure of an impostor or a fraud

  • exposure

    vulnerability to the elements

  • impose

    compel to behave in a certain way

  • imposing

    impressive in appearance

  • indispose

    make unwilling

  • indisposed

    somewhat ill or prone to illness

  • juxtapose

    place side by side

  • oppose

    be against

  • predisposed

    made susceptible

  • presuppose

    take for granted or as a given

  • proposal

    something proposed (such as a plan or assumption)

  • superimposed

    placed on or over something else

  • suppose

    express a supposition

  • supposedly

    believed or reputed to be the case

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