Simple past tense and past participle of suppose. (verb)
Presumed to be true, but without proof (adjective)
Generally considered or expected. (adjective)
Having an obligation. (adjective)
Examples of word supposed
I think that we were supposed to somehow see the perpetual loafer in Meathead was *supposed* to be the one making the money and Archie is stealing it from him by unfairly making reality what he wants to be.
ËœThe framing of moral rules, so long as the ultimate Good is supposed known, [Russell should have said Ëœsupposed agreedâ„¢] is a matter for science.
Quarterly Review_, the value of whose observations may appear from his statement, that "in 1828 the disease broke out in Orenburg, and was supposed [_supposed_!] to have been introduced by the caravans which arrive there from Upper Asia, or [_or_, nothing like a second string] by the Kingiss-Cossacks, who are adjoining this town, and were said [_were said_!] to have been about this time affected with the disease."
III. i.101 (177,7) [supposed by the common rout] For _suppose_ I once thought it might be more commodious to substitute _supported_; but there is no need of change: _supposed_ is _founded on supposition_, made by conjecture.
Myabe thinking you're supposed to "have a life" is a stupid way of buying into an untenable 1950s narrative of what life "supposed* to be.