What does it take to presume that someone is acting in good faith?
Why harp on her supposed lack of beauty and presume this drives her vision as an author?
I presume most Republicans will be clever enough to mute impeachment talk before November.
They had one overriding advantage—they could presume on a culturally cohesive audience.
That was a bubble and I presume that the bubble won't regrow, so consumer demand is going to be weak.
Very good, and I presume you have arranged a place to meet him?
"As long as the party is in the right, I presume, you mean," said Vivian.
The size of the loom will depend on what you are working but we presume that it is a chain.
Nothing can be done, Madam, I must presume to say, if this gentleman's address be the end.
It could be built on less than four hundred acres of ground, too, I presume?
late 14c., "to take upon oneself, to take liberty," also "to take for granted, presuppose," especially overconfidently, from Old French presumer (12c.) and directly from Latin praesumere "anticipate," in Late Latin, "assume" (see presumption). Related: Presumed; presumedly; presuming.