proposal

All Noun
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  • If she did not and put it beside her, she rejected his proposal.
  • Various proposals for such changes have been around since at least the 19th century.
  • The government rejected this proposal and the three services remained fully independent.
  • There is little interest in such a proposal from Jews around the world.
  • This original show never got beyond the proposal stage.
  • The proposal might take effect when approved by Congress and the states.
  • Each university may present proposals for the study programme considered to meet professional and academic demand.
  • Proposals have been made for this kind of link for over a century.
  • There are various proposals for the construction of additional rail lines in the country.
  • However, as a result of local opinion, LET were forced to change their proposals.
  • The usual next step is for the proposal to be passed to a committee for review.
  • His solution was to advance the clock during the summer months, a proposal he published two years later.
  • It might have been many years before a workable proposal would have been offered.
  • At the time the proposal was written, computers were available to almost no one.
  • The debate would continue for several years, including proposals to close the airport.
  • The letter was to her, and contained his proposal of marriage.
  • The other members of the band agreed to the proposal.
  • However, a committee of the state's Senate subsequently killed the proposal.
  • A common proposal for a double planet is a system where the center of mass lies outside the primary.
  • Rarely were all three considered together, which usually resulted in such proposals being quickly rejected.
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Words starting with proposal

Meaning of proposal

  • noun Something proposed (such as a plan or assumption)
  • noun The act of making a proposal
    they listened to her proposal