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purport

noun

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the idea that is conveyed or intended to be conveyed to the mind by language, symbol, or action
  • She was able to give the purport of the governor's speech in a few words.
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purport

verb

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1 to have in mind as a purpose or goal
  • Do you purport to spend the rest of your life on that couch, or do you think you might get a job someday?
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figure on

2 to state as a fact usually forcefully
  • He purports to be an expert in criminalistics.
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put forth

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