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See definition of assumed on Dictionary.com
  • adj.pretended
  • adj.expected

synonyms for assumed

  • affected
  • counterfeit
  • fake
  • feigned
  • pretended
  • sham
  • simulated
  • artificial
  • bogus
  • false
  • fictitious
  • imitation
  • made-up
  • make-believe
  • phony
  • put-on
  • spurious
  • granted
  • accepted
  • given
  • inferred
  • understood
  • supposed
  • hypothetical
  • tacit
  • suppositional
  • presumed
  • surmised
  • hypothesized
  • postulated
  • connoted
  • conjectured
  • counted on
  • taken as known
  • taken for granted
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antonyms for assumed

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  • genuine
  • real
  • sincere
  • true
  • natural
  • unassumed
  • unexpected
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How to use assumed in a sentence

The earliest cookbooks were light on instruction and heavy on assumed knowledge — a style our recent, prescriptive recipe-obsessed food culture is now looping back to You don’t need a recipe.
NO-RECIPE RECIPES AREN’T A FAD; THEY’RE AS OLD AS COOKING INSTRUCTION ITSELFMARIAN BULLJULY 14, 2021EATER
US businesses have sort of assumed there would always be an endless pool of low-wage labor, and the economy might work differently if that’s not the case.
MAY’S SOLIDLY MEH JOBS REPORTEMILY STEWARTJUNE 4, 2021VOX
The cost numbers you usually see about this deal are in the $80 billion to $85 billion range, but those ignore the assumed debt.
AT&T DIVIDEND CUT IN WARNERMEDIA-DISCOVERY DEAL IS A DEBACLE FOR SHAREHOLDERSALLAN SLOANMAY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That means Justice Brett Kavanaugh could be the likely deciding vote, and that’s significant given how much his assumed position on Roe influenced support for his nomination.
WHAT ARE THE STAKES OF THE SUPREME COURT’S DECISION TO HEAR A CASE THAT CHALLENGES ROE V. WADE?SARAH FROSTENSON (SARAH.FROSTENSON@ABC.COM)MAY 19, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
There are also tools that will analyze SERPs for you, tell you about search volume, how competitive a keyword is and the assumed intent behind it.
AUTOMATION ISN’T ABOUT WHAT MACHINES CAN DO FOR YOU, IT’S ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN DO TOGETHERGEORGE NGUYENAPRIL 15, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
Rather than relying on assumed transaction values, you can monitor everything through one or more Google Analytics dashboards.
WHAT AFFILIATE MARKETERS HAVE MISSED ABOUT GOOGLE ANALYTICSLAURENT MALKAJANUARY 5, 2021SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
The assumed mechanism is that these smells activate receptors in your nose that then talk to different parts of your brain, potentially helping to regulate your experience of pain or emotion.
TO TAKE THE MOST RELAXING BATH EVER, ADD SOME HEALTHY TIPSRACHEL FELTMANJANUARY 3, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Ratings, a broad measurement of the number of households tuned to a particular broadcast during a particular window, was the yardstick for the assumed effectiveness of ads that aired during the same broadcast — and therefore the cost of those ads.
WHY AD BUYERS (AND SELLERS) NEED TO PAY MORE ATTENTION TO VIEWER ATTENTIONTVISIONDECEMBER 2, 2020DIGIDAY
It seemed to free her of a responsibility which she had blindly assumed and for which Fate had not fitted her.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
I need not inquire whether his dismal behaviour was natural or assumed.
THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB, V. 2(OF 2)CHARLES DICKENS
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WORDS RELATED TO ASSUMED

  • absolute
  • accepted
  • aphoristic
  • apothegmatic
  • assumed
  • certain
  • fundamental
  • given
  • indubitable
  • manifest
  • obvious
  • proverbial
  • self-evident
  • unquestioned
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.