from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a presumptive manner
- adv. As is presumed to be the case
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By presumption, or supposition grounded or probability; presumably.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a presumptive manner; by presumption or supposition grounded on probability; by previous supposition; presumably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by reasonable assumption
Philip Morris argues that consumers often elect to use products that may cause harm as a "byproduct" of normal use and for which the Correia defense presumptively is available.
And now his own coin presumptively calling him a POTUS.
The Supreme Court has ruled that all uses of racial classifications trigger "strict scrutiny" and are "presumptively" illegal, and Title VII expressly prohibits racial discrimination, not only in actual hiring but also in the classification and treatment of applicants.
Dr. Andrew Sexton on Wednesday "presumptively" identified the victims in the Sunday fire in Northampton, Mass., as 81-year-old Paul Yeskie Sr. and his son, 39-year-old Paul Yeskie Jr.
Instead of it being presumptively applicable for almost all Fourth Amendment violations, the law now is that the exclusionary rule will apply only if it would deter the specific police misconduct at issue and only if, on balance, the deterrence gained outweighs the costs of possibly guilty people going free.
They are presumptively entitled to their fishing expedition, as is the Democratic Party, the Washington Post, the New York Times, or any other person.
But Lithwick is clearly saying much more than that — that liberal rock stars are “presumptively ineligible” for the bench, but their conservative equivalents face no such obstacles.
Insofar as any statute specifically impinges on a religious exercise it is presumptively unlawful (absent a compelling government interest).
That having been said, there is an area of First Amendment law where licensing requirements are routinely upheld – the sale or dissemination of (presumptively protected) pornographic materials.
In modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence, a warrantless search is presumptively unconstitutional when there is an opportunity to obtain a warrant.