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Verb: propound  pru'pawnd
  1. Put forward, as of an idea
    "A defendant may propound interrogatories to a party to the action without leave of court at any time"

Derived forms: propounded, propounding, propounds

Type of: advise, counsel, rede [archaic]

Encyclopedia: Propound