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Synonyms for presume

Synonyms for presume

to take for granted without proof

to have the courage to put forward, as an idea, especially when rebuff or criticism is likely

to take advantage of unfairly

Synonyms for presume

take to be the case or to be true

take upon oneself

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constitute reasonable evidence for

take liberties or act with too much confidence

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Le premier presume terroriste se nomme "Bay Akrouf" (50 ans) de nationalite algerienne.
news on China, or the more they pay attention to it, the more they will presume greater influence of such news on others.
La actriz, de 41 anos, presume de la pequena de sus dos hijos, August (2).
PARIS, France, 27 janvier 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Conference de presse Mercredi 29 janvier 2014 - @11H00 Siege de la FIDH - 17, passage de la Main d'Or, 75011 Paris Le 4 fevrier 2014 s'ouvrira pour la premiere fois en France le proces d'un presume genocidaire rwandais.
Thirdly, can we presume that it will be as easy to opt out as it is to opt in under the existing system?
La police judiciaire de Marrakech a reussi a arreter, jeudi, le presume meurtrier du chanteur populaire Abdellah Al Bidaoui, interpele en possession d'objets appartenant a la victime, a-t-on appris de source policiere.
New Zealand, US and Italian authorities are working to find the de Havilland Twin Otter plane, which they presume has crashed.
That's the trouble with presuming anything, you might well presume wrong.
Under the final rule, VA will presume herbicide exposure for any veteran who served between April 1, 1968, and Aug.
(48) In other words, even if Canada were to presume consent, the family veto would probably still be determinative.
I PRESUME Mrs J Holden would be asking for a public meeting regarding the use of a proposed cricket pitch in Albert Park had the request come from a group of English families (Just Not Cricket...
1 : to undertake without permission or good reason : dare Don't presume to question a judge's decision.
"And we may presume that God will continue to call both homosexuals and heterosexuals to the priesthood because the Church needs the gift of both."
"We cannot presume that members of Congress cannot discern right from wrong," he observed.
When an infant is seen with neonatal ophthalmia, a physician will often presume it to be gonococcal or chlamydial and assume the mother is positive for these infections.