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- adv. In an assumed manner; presumably.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By assumption.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As is or may be assumed or taken for granted; presumably.
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This is because the bear market '' assumedly '' has time left to run, after which it will normally remain dormant awhile, then slowly build up to a new bull market, all of which takes time.
This is not an analogy to the DNA coding system because starlight existed long before humans (assumedly.)
She would say no, assumedly because she actually wasn't done with her meal and wanted to finish it herself.
But where was the concern that a member of the University in assumedly good standing may strike at youngsters, student athletes, fans, summer sports campers, and not to mention the reputation of his athletic program?
Don't think your hands are clean if you have only passed on the word to administrators who assumedly will take care of the problem.
Ironically, though, it's common never to show his face in the scenes, assumedly so that the player can superimpose themselves on him.
Co-host Standen opted for a simple suit and assumedly vintage, precariously-knotted neckerchief.
Like there aren't enough news items that make me crazy, now people are sending them into me, assumedly to watch my head explode into a hundred million pieces. stupid human tricks - A small town near Milwaukee has been rending and wailing about teenagers having access to books about homosexuality, you know - the naughty kind, the kind that say "it's okay to be gay and your parents will still love you".
In this case, Obama assumedly wanted Warren in the job and likely reasoned that it was more important for her to get started on launching the CFPB rather than leave such an important job unfilled for what could have been months on end.
He assumedly did something else with them in his office, but Steve didn't know what.