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  • adv. In a presumptuous manner; arrogantly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a presumptuous manner; arrogantly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a presumptuous manner; with rash confidence; overboldly; arrogantly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a presumptuous manner


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presumptuous +‎ -ly


  • 018: 020 But the prophet, who shall speak a word presumptuously in my name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or who shall speak in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.

    The World English Bible (WEB):

  • It is working for all of us, working for Russia, and I would presumptuously suggest, working for the world.

    US Vice President Calls for Closer Economic Ties with Russia

  • I suggested, presumptuously, that Mr. Cohen's guilt would not help his wife.

    Mark Goulston, M.D.: 'Why Are Americans So Unhappy?'

  • When it comes to liturgy, one is either deferring to what has been, treating tradition as authoritative, or one is presumptuously making up something on one's own.

    How Important Is Ceremony?

  • I especially enjoyed the fact that they use career aspirations as (ultimately inaccurate) determining sex factors -- my own feminist, former hippie mother kept a running baby/childhood book for my sister's and my youths, and each year we would have to check the boxes next to the careers we wanted, which were presumptuously segregated by sex (I'm sure this was not my mother's preference).

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • And the world's need for such secret-telling is not limited to citizens of what nuclear weapons states presumptuously call rogue nations.

    Nuclear Hero's 'Crime' Was Making Us Safer

  • Indeed, if the NHS's mailing presumptuously assumes the consent of patients who have access to the internet and a printer, it takes an outrageous liberty with the substantial part of the population that is still classified as "digitally excluded", for whom the process of informing themselves, or opting out, will obviously be more strenuous.

    If you're not online these days you're a second-class citizen

  • Our European friends pandered for cheap votes by poking the occasional stick through our spokes, and then when the Iranian threat loomed large they presumptuously set out to show us a more enlightened and morally superior nonproliferation technique that uses only talk.

    Debating Dershowitz on the Nuclear Threat From Iran

  • He then presumptuously articulated his own personal message to the golfer: "Tiger," he said, "turn to the Christian faith and you can make a total recovery and be a great example to the world."

    Nikolas Kozloff: Brit Hume's Buddhist Smack Down on Tiger Woods

  • Don's next move, he presumptuously shows up in the lobby of the office.

    Samantha Zalaznick: Mad Men Recap: Award Night


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