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Example Sentences for "presume"

I don't know why Tina is absent today; presumably, she is illI presumed she was talking to me because she was looking right at me when she said it.

I don't know why Tina is absent today; presumably, she is ill.

The knife found beside the victim is presumably the murder weapon.

One man is missing, and presumed dead after a fishing boat sank off the coast of the San Juan Islands this weekend.

In our legal system, the presumption is that you are innocent until proven guilty.

When she didn't come to work, I simply presumed that she was sick.

When you didn't answer the phone, I presumed you were out, so I didn't bother leaving a message because I was in a hurry.

There is a Latin proverb which states that those who are once found to be bad are presumed so forever.

On finding David Livingstone at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika in November, 1871, British explorer Lord Stanley said, Dr. Livingstone, I presume?

People have a tendency to evaluate other cultures in reference to their own presumably superior culture.

All the stars which are in a cluster presumably formed from the same cloud of gas.

The pilot of the plane that went down in the Rockies is presumed dead.

The actor died of a presumed drug overdose, though authorities have refused to comment on the case.

The presumption that all white males are sexist and racist is in itself discriminatory.

Older elephants teach younger ones how to behave, and presumably about the landscape and foodstuffs.

Presuming Ralph and Betty are able to come to the party, we will have six couples here Friday.


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