assuming

[ uh-soo-ming ]SEE DEFINITION OF assuming

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSUMING

You are assuming that the child does not know its own business, and that you do.

The danger lies in assuming that we shall get on any better.

Assuming the truth of those statements, I apply to you for information.

The horizon was growing indistinct, assuming a mud-colored tinge as it were.

"Because," she replied slowly, assuming a doctorial expression.

But of course we are assuming that the woman in question works in the studio.

Assuming this, let us go on to say that a man does evil knowing that he does evil.

In 1856 this street was just assuming its present character.

"Come in, Messieurs," he bade them, assuming the role of host.

Emotions at the idea of assuming the position, and object of these pages.

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