Thesaurus / presume

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I presume,” replied his opponent, “that the honourable gentleman means tantamount.

Diary in America, Series OneFrederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)

I presume, gentlemen, that you do consider it as your business to take this declaration.

Caleb WilliamsWilliam Godwin

To-morrow night, or after to-morrow night, I presume that the orators will invite me to their board.

I presume you mean that Baron Benoni asked you to marry him?

A Roman SingerF. Marion Crawford

I am just as handy with a hard-tack and a cup of coffee as ever, and I presume feel better than if I could have anything I want.

Diary of an Enlisted ManLawrence Van Alstyne

Why should they presume to shirk the narrow pathway along which all that is great and noble among mankind has travelled?

I presume not; but the sweat literally hailed off that man, and I expected every moment to see him burst a blood-vessel.

I presume an unimportant picture, as his power was not then availably developed.

As you have no butler, M'm, I presume you will wish me to act as sich.

A Little Dinner at Timmins'sWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

I presume that he is what would be generally called a Liberal; at least it is simply impossible that he could be a Tory.

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