assumed

[ uh-soomd ]SEE DEFINITION OF assumed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSUMED

After this, nothing could restore the courtesy he had previously assumed.

He gives what His hearers might be assumed to be able to assimilate; but that is all.

Dick assumed an air vastly more confidential than at any time hitherto.

It is assumed that the children that are to eat this meal are not infants.

Now that she had assumed it, though, he could hardly explain that it was an accident.

These daily meetings had assumed a great and sweet familiarity.

He assumed command on the 17th of April, having hurried from Spain.

Martin, who already had been doing a man's work, now assumed a man's responsibilities.

"No weapon except my knife," I replied, with assumed carelessness.

In doing all this, his manner wore an appearance, to me, of assumed severity.

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