What is another word for proposed?

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Adjective
Submitted for consideration
“The opposition will mull over the proposed budget before deciding whether to support it.”
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According to expectations
“I can assure you that the funds were only used for their proposed purpose.”
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Being considered or likely to occur
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“However, questions have been asked regarding what impact the proposed bill will have on existing providers.”
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Introduced into
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Supported
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Having received a nomination
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Uncertain
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Done deliberately or voluntarily
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Supposed but not necessarily real or true
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Decided in advance
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To have made a request, or demand, of someone
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To have put forward one's questions
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“I will try to analyze the cause of the issue, and subsequently propose a plan for moving forward.”
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To have indicated or suggested to be
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(general disposition) To have made a claim
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Past tense for to nominate (someone) for a given position or role
“Each commission will propose one candidate to fill each vacancy.”
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Past tense for to intend to do something
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“There were one or two other blanks in the bill, which he would propose to fill up, and would likewise make some verbal amendments.”
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Past tense for to ask for a person's hand in marriage
“He would propose to me after two months of courtship.”
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Past tense for hold and state as one's opinion
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Past tense for to offer a recommendation
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Past tense for to bring about or introduce
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Past tense for used to express a wish to follow a particular course of action
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Past tense for to conceive or see something within one's mind
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Past tense for to consider or give serious or careful thought to
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Past tense for to flirt with, or attempt to win over, a romantic interest
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Past tense for ask to marry
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Past tense for to ask someone to do something in an urgent manner
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Past tense for to settle on a plan of action
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Past tense for to expose to danger or the risk of loss
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Past tense for to make a choice, especially for a given job, position or role
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