may be one of these; axiom;
1 : a maxim widely accepted on its intrinsic merit
2 : a statement accepted as true as the basis for argument or inference
3 : an established rule or principle or a self-evident truth factoid:
1 : an item of unreliable information that is repeated so often that it becomes accepted as fact
2 : a brief or trivial item of information. putative;
1 : commonly accepted or supposed
2 : assumed to exist or to have existed truth;
1: the quality or state of being true.
2 : (also the truth) that which is true as opposed to false.
3 : a fact or belief that is accepted as true.
Estimate is an English word that can be a noun and verb. By the accepted dictionary definition, the word estimate means to form an approximate judgement or opinion.
A word that means to want to be accepted would probably be APPROVED OF
Proximity means nearness. In fact, "nearness to God" is a term commonly used.
A statement accepted without proof is commonly known as a theorem. The other word that is used for such statements is postulate.
Propulse or propel. Although propulse is sometimes not recognized as a word, it is commonly accepted as one.
It's commonly accepted the word and works as a comma as well as a conjunctive. Because of this a comma is not needed.
the word 'shannon' derives from the fantonese words 'sha' (meaning womb) and 'non' (which is commonly accepted as no) together, it means 'womb no' which can be changed to 'no womb', meaning she is not a woman, and therefore a man