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absorb to accept or assume (cost). [1/3 definitions]
beg the question to assume as true a conclusion to an argument and then present that conclusion as proof.
diatropism the tendency of some plant organs to assume a position at a right angle to the direction of an external stimulus.
don2 to put on or assume (a manner, expression, role, or the like). [1/2 definitions]
engage to pledge or commit oneself; assume an obligation (usu. fol. by to). [1/10 definitions]
en garde used to warn a fencer to assume position for action. [1/2 definitions]
erect to assume an upright, vertical, or outwardly directed position. [1/7 definitions]
face the music (informal) to assume responsibility for one's actions.
father to assume the role of a male parent for. [1/10 definitions]
form to assume shape or form. [1/15 definitions]
godchild a child whom a godparent promises at baptism to assume partial responsibility for, esp. in overseeing his or her religious education.
godparent an adult who promises at baptism to assume partial responsibility for a child, esp. to oversee his or her religious education.
hypothesize to assert as a hypothesis; assume; theorize. [1/2 definitions]
imagine to guess or assume; suppose. [1/3 definitions]
impersonate to act or assume the character of; pretend to be (another real or fictitious person or type of person).
manifestation a form that something, such as a deity, an idea, or a spirit, can assume. [1/4 definitions]
masquerade to purposely assume the identity or appearance of another person. [1/5 definitions]
pose1 to assume an affected manner or attitude. [1/7 definitions]
posit to assume or set down as a fact or as a given. [1/3 definitions]
postulate to assume as a basic premise; treat as a given. [1/7 definitions]
posture to assume an artificial or phony physical or mental attitude in order to create an effect. [1/6 definitions]