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Quick Summary

The Latin root word posit means “placed.” This Latin root is the word origin of a good number of English vocabulary words, including opposite, composition, and posit itself. The Latin root word posit is easily recalled through the word position, for a “position” is the way in which you find yourself “placed.”

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Ingredient Memlet: posit

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When something is posited, it is “put or placed” forth for consideration.

Ingredient Memlet: juxtaposition

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The process of juxtapositionTan Women's Sanuk Puff Ankle Boot N Chill gqvwAP is the “act of placing” one thing “next to or beside” something else.

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The Latin root word posit means “placed.” Although you may have found yourself in a difficult position in the past when seeing words with posit in them, hopefully this podcast will positively change that!

Scotty from Star Trek has unexpectedly beamed you on board the starship Enterprise, and Captain Kirk has posited or “placed” before you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Captain Kirk offers you the position of Chief Science Officer, or where you will be “placed” if you agree to join. You view this opportunity as such a positive thing that you have confidently “placed” it in writing, announcing to the world that you will be taking over Spock’s duties, who is on a seven-year leave to the planet Vulcan.

After having deposited or “placed” all your valuables for safe-keeping in a bank vault, you take off on your seven-year journey. You immediately take your post or spot where “placed” for duty. Captain Kirk is constantly asking you for advice about the Klingons and Romulans, the Federation’s primary opposition, or those enemies “placed” against them. You are able to make numerous shrewd suppositions, or guesses “placed” under those problems, as to what to do about those dastardly foes. Suppositions soon become workable propositions, or ideas “placed” forth to the crew to contend with those enemies.

One day, however, the greatest danger of all presents itself—an entire fleet of hostile Borg is now “placed” against or opposite the Enterprise and is about to blow everyone on board to smithereens. In order to avoid all the crew members undergoing decomposition, or their body parts being “placed” away from being together, you realize that the apposite suggestion or idea most suitably “placed” toward solving this dire situation is to make the ship’s shields invulnerable to enemy attack. You create a new composite material of three secret substances “placed” together, making it such that no enemy ship’s fire has any effect. To celebrate your amazing invention, the ship’s musician creates a composition in your honor, having “placed” together many different notes to sing your praises.

I am now pretty positive that you are “placed” in a pretty good position when it comes to the root word posit—and that’s no pie-in-the-sky supposition!

  1. posit: to “place” an idea before
  2. position: how you are “placed”
  3. positiveWomen's PATHER Black Jessica Boot Simpson wUpq64x1X: so sure and good that it can be “placed” in writing
  4. deposit: action when valuables are “placed” into a financial account
  5. post: spot where “placed” for duty
  6. opposition: state or condition of being “placed” against
  7. Adults Slipper Slippers Slippers Moose Woodland and Animal for Woodland LazyOne Slipper by Kids Slippers Woodland Character supposition: a guess “placed” under a problem
  8. proposition: a proposal “placed” forth to solve a problem
  9. Slippers Woodland LazyOne Character by Woodland Kids Animal Moose Slipper Woodland for Adults Slippers Slipper Slippers and opposite: “placed” against or towards
  10. decomposition: state or condition of being “placed” apart
  11. apposite: a suitable idea “placed” near a problem to solve it
  12. Slippers and Woodland Character by Animal Adults Slipper Slippers Moose LazyOne for Slippers Slipper Woodland Woodland Kids composite: of materials being “placed” together
  13. composition: musical piece in which many notes have been “placed” together

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