It is presumable that the prince pronounced against me, for next morning my eggs were still soft-boiled.
Was it not presumable that he had slipped his foot and had fallen?
It is presumable that here too it was the difference of surroundings which had differentiated the race.
It is, nevertheless, presumable that he did not long remain in that part of the world.
It was presumable that he had been called suddenly out of town, and had sent some word to Mrs. Alexander that had miscarried.
It is presumable that the first seed may have been brought from Guildford.
"Nice old chap," Wakefield thought, as he walked on, past the little houses with the presumable mortgages on them.
It is presumable that the grace which was his in prison departed in Paris.
However, behind all the caprice and presumable jobbery, we can not help fancying that we see a certain equitable principle.
There he stopped awkwardly in the enumeration of their presumable blessedness.