Posited vs Posied - What's the difference?

posited | posied |


As a verb posited

is (posit).

As an adjective posied is

furnished or inscribed with a posy.

posited

English

Verb

(head)
  • (posit)
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    posit

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Something that is posited; a postulate.
  • (aviation)
  • Usage notes

    * (for meaning
  • 2) Started by USAF Fighter pilots when needing to know the position of a wingman. I.e. Lead pilot would say "2-posit" and #2 would reply: "5 o'clock high". Also in use in commercial airlines. Some pilots respond "cleared into posit and hold" when cleared on to the runway.
  • Verb

    (en verb)
  • Assume the existence of; to postulate.
  • * 1908 : ARISTOTLE. Metaphysics . Translated by .
  • some who posit both this cause and besides this the source of movement, which we have got from some as single and from other as twofold.
  • Propose for consideration or study; to suggest.
  • Put (something somewhere) firmly.
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    posied

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Furnished or inscribed with a posy.
  • In posied lockets bribe the fair. — Gay.
    (Webster 1913)