given, presumption, precondition(adj)
an assumption that is taken for granted
condition, precondition, presumptuousness, assumption, given, effrontery, presumption, stipulation
acknowledged as a supposition
disposed(p), given, apt(p), granted, given(p), tending(p), minded(p)
apt(p), disposed(p), given(p), minded(p), tending(p)(adj)
(usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward
English Synonyms and Antonyms
One is addicted to that which he has allowed to gain a strong, habitual, and enduring hold upon action, inclination, or involuntary tendency, as to a habit or indulgence. A man may be accustomed to labor, attached to his profession, devoted to his religion, given to study or to gluttony (in the bad sense, given over, or given up, is a stronger and more hopeless expression, as is abandoned). One inclined to luxury may become habituated to poverty. One is wedded to that which has become a second nature; as, one is wedded to science or to art. Prone is used only in a bad sense, and generally of natural tendencies; as, our hearts are prone to evil. Abandoned tells of the acquired viciousness of one who has given himself up to wickedness. Addicted may be used in a good, but more frequently a bad sense; as, addicted to study; addicted to drink. Devoted is used chiefly in the good sense; as, a mother's devoted affection.
abandoned, accustomed, addicted, attached, devoted, disposed, given over, given up, habituated, inclined, prone, wedded
averse, disinclined, indisposed, unaccustomed
Addicted to vice.
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List of paraphrases:
granted, provided, awarded, accorded, seen, received, particular, offered, data, considering, paid, made, yielded, issued, donated, assigned, administered, delivered, determined, afforded, conferred, allocated, entrusted, taken, supplied, specified, due, attributed, been, presented, placed, submitted, certain