from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Able to be sensibly presumed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a presumable manner; by, or according to, presumption.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As may be presumed or reasonably supposed; by or according to presumption; by legitimate inference from facts or circumstances.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by reasonable assumption
Anyone with the faintest interest in philology will have spotted that ‘gryphon’, from which his surname presumably derives, is a Greek word for a mythical dragon which featured prominently in Persian folkore.
Soon the nation's first baseball team owner ever to be selected as president was outside the White House intoning that the "sport had been sullied" in what he called the presumably now gone "steroid era."
The preacher is the curious kind of what I call the presumably unintended selfish Christian.
AVENTAIL, or AVANTAILLE (O.Fr. _esventail_, presumably from a Latin word
Palin presumably was, having pocketed her fee for a 30-minute speech.
They need not themselves figure out what presumably is spiritual; all which is compulsory is to reside by their intuition.
As, presumably, is whether or not you let Boy George move on from the events of 28 April 2007, when he imprisoned and assaulted a male escort in his London flat.
Alan Blinder's points include the proposition that we need to consider more than the "net" effect of offshoring, which presumably is taken as the net of employments (however measured) gained and employments lost.
And once he is sworn in - presumably next week - the Democrats will finally have their so-called super majority; meaning they'll have 60 votes, which is enough to stop any Republican filibuster.
I thought he posted the menu so presumably is going? perhaps I am not clear on that.