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Synonyms for assume

Synonyms for assume

to put (an article of clothing) on one's person

to take on or give a false appearance of

to take for granted without proof

to lay claim to for oneself or as one's right

Synonyms for assume

take to be the case or to be true

take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities

take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect

take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person

occupy or take on

seize and take control without authority and possibly with force

make a pretence of

take up someone's soul into heaven

put clothing on one's body

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In general, it is possible to recognize group behaviour because of the presence of footprints of the same type, assumably printed at the same time.
338) It seems odd that a government sub-agency would be impaneled to gather evidence to support the nonexistence of WMDs, and even odder to expect that Iraqi exiles, who assumably opposed Hussein's regime, would appear to provide evidence to rebut what Bush Administration officials were unequivocally stating in the global media.
Assumably, a reef in good condition should have greater or equal richness of juveniles and adults, given that recruitment is the combination of self-seeding (existing species) and larvae of new species from other source reefs.
Consequently, in case of unstable pigments the 'older' PhPs stored in deeper sediments are assumably more degraded than the pigments in the upper sediment layers.
In a second case, it might happen that every constraint has already been textually formalized (in an underlying assumably completely formalized theory).
Assumably, it was he who gave the name Yeshiva Torah Vodaath to this school, with a goal of emulating the progressive educational philosophy at its original European namesake in Lida that had dosed just two years earlier.