Simple Definition of propound
: to suggest (an idea, theory, etc.) to a person or group of people to consider
Full Definition of propound
: to offer for discussion or consideration
Examples of propound in a sentence
Her new book expands upon the theory propounded in her first book.
<let us propound the question whether mercy killing should ever be an option>
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