presumable

[ pri-zoo-muh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF presumable

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Was it not presumable that he had slipped his foot and had fallen?

It is presumable that it was one of the Auburn Apostolic brethren.

It is, nevertheless, presumable that he did not long remain in that part of the world.

Notwithstanding the presumable urgencies the breakfast talk was not of business.

It is presumable that the first seed may have been brought from Guildford.

It is presumable that the grace which was his in prison departed in Paris.

There he stopped awkwardly in the enumeration of their presumable blessedness.

Therefore it is at least presumable that these were all familiar to the colonists.

It is presumable also, the rainfall is greater than the average of the country.

I faltered, "what does yonder scene of presumable domesticity mean?"

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, from presume + -able.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRESUMABLE

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