The first, as all are aware, is only a conventional sign and presumably not phonetic.
For this wild assertion, presumably of episcopal authority, they were all heavily fined.
The street, save for a distant and presumably somnolent policeman, was deserted.
The sixth man lingered within earshot of the officers, presumably to pick up further suggestions.
Fragments of wood and cloth, presumably remains of his staff and robes, were still to be seen.
The telegram in question, like many others, was presumably deciphered by the English.
On the 24th she came back through the Narrows, presumably to the immense relief of the Turks.
The signature of the second will presumably resembles those of the cheques drawn about the same date.
The snipe were taken as they came to feed on ground presumably containing food of which they were fond.
These gentlemen preempted several tracts of government land at presumably desirable spots in the wilderness.
It is interesting to notice that the live stock were enumerated before the slaves, presumably because they were the more valuable.
The presumably greater value of the latter may be consumed by the heavier carrying charge before returns are available.
It had passed several potential shelters but had not attempted to use them, presumably because it was not familiar with the area.
But there was another trial now, and we were directed to rest billets in what presumably had been a two-story schoolhouse or seminary.
At least we see men, presumably having access to the same facts, drawing from them very different conclusions.
The community would get no less tax revenue, but presumably more, than it does under the present system.
The estate in danger is not his, but that of his father, who presumably was the only man legally competent of action in case of eviction.
The rainfall is scarcely measurable, the snowfall is reported as heavy, and the winter temperatures are presumably low.
One mouse had a hole in the throat and three others had holes in the inguinal region; presumably bot-flies had emerged from these holes.
I don't know just what happened at Oxford but presumably something of the sort took place.
An intermediate stage in Babylonia is that the god stands on the back of the animal with which presumably he was formerly identified.
This particular group, however, being presumably clear of conscience, hailed the news with unfeigned satisfaction.
His firm little legs, in half hose and presumably white knickers, were spread apart and his hands were in his pockets.
Where the carcass is, there will the vultures be; should the carcass get up and walk, presumably the vultures would wing an expectant way after it.
The climax of the play is not the mother-murder but the killing of Aegisthus, which was presumably the harder and more exciting job.
Despite its natural attractiveness, and its presumably favorable location, Madison was a plant of slow growth.
It was presumably necessary that the theft should be discovered, and your ingenious idea of a revengeful enemy appealed to me, Wigan.
If there was a certainty in the world it was that somebody who had no right to be there was lurking in that shadow, and he was presumably up to mischief.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Presumably | Presumably Sentence
Your wife is presumably more so.
Somebody presumably once made it up.
Bacon was the name of a presumably intrusive host.
It is presumably to this movement that the passage in the text refers.
But each comes before the jury presumably of equal innocence.
They would be presumably in his banker's strong boxes.
Mrs. Lennart's fad was presumably housekeeping.
Yussuf Dakmar appealed to me as presumably responsible for Jeremy.
The second letter to Weller was presumably written some time in July.
The letter is endorsed "8th August," presumably the date of its receipt.
The next day Westenra was gone, presumably to Paris to give his lectures.
The Rev. Mr. Leland sent him a great cheese, presumably as a present.
Definition of Presumably
able to be sensibly presumed
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