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presumably

[pri-zoo-muh-blee] /prɪˈzu mə bli/
adverb
1.
by assuming reasonably; probably:
Since he is a consistent winner, he is presumably a superior player.
Origin of presumably
1640-1650
1640-50; presumable + -ly
Synonyms
doubtless, likely, apparently.
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presumably

/prɪˈzjuːməblɪ/
adverb
1.
(sentence modifier) one presumes or supposes that: presumably he won't see you, if you're leaving tomorrow
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adv.

1640s, "with presumption, without examination," from presumable + -ly (2). As a qualifier, "probably, as one would presume," from 1830.

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