I do not presume to say that all the same elements are not as abundant as heretofore.
There was no harm that he took away your headache, if he did not presume on that.
I presume from the want of fresh air and exercise, neither of which I could be said to enjoy.
Should I presume to bear you hence, Those friends of mine may take offence.
I presume that many of them have been formed on a large scale in chasms of the rock by the volcanic fumes of the crater.
He had no right to presume that this mean was better than either of the extremes; nor does it appear positively that he did so.
We are losing faith in the revelations of the past, but we should not presume to define the faith of the future.
If this be so, then we may presume that the inquirers have managed to extract true accounts from some of their native informants.
These two points presume that the vacuum drier is true to its name, and that one can obtain a maximum steady pressure.
Whether the little seguidilla meant any thing in the lips of the songstress, I do not presume to say.
Let no brother, for the above especial reason, presume to go forth with a man following such diversions with a hawk, or with any other bird.
Men may prove and use their friends, and not presume upon their friendship in things contrary to the decrees of Heaven.
But there are the opium-pipe and the jar and the ash-bowl, and I presume those are the clothes that the undertakers removed from the body.
I presume it is wise to wage no war with the inevitable, but I simply cannot reconcile myself to the most bitter disappointment of my life.
It is well there were no more mistakes of that kind; if there had, I presume he would have told me of them with as little ceremony.
If it ever was sent to an editor, as I presume it must have been, that editor was trebly justified in declining it.
Perhaps I presume too far on any interest you could feel for me when I make you this communication.
They are so militant against religion that they become intolerant of their colleagues who presume to differ with them on matters that are purely speculative.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Presume | Presume Sentence
I presume that he was sincere in this.
To presume to jest with me in such a way!
But we presume a day when no such attraction invades.
I presume he will see that he should take that course.
I presume it was her spirit you heard tintinnabulating.
Let none presume our silent march to follow!
We might perhaps presume a Sansc.
However, I presume it will be all right.
I presume either at Apsley House or Strathfieldsaye.
You are Mr. Rochdale, I presume sir?
Let none presume to tell me that the pen is preferable to the sword.
With ladies one should ne'er presume to jest.
I presume he must be speculating on the excitability of my nervous system.
I presume you're attempting some kind of practical joke.
He knew the noble family, but could not presume on his acquaintance.
You were acting a tableau I presume just now as you held her in your embrace.
Well, dear lady, I cannot presume to criticise your drastic measures.
I think you are a pleasant Fellow to presume to strike a Servant of mine!
I presume the dog is a good--ah--rattah?
Don't presume too far on British complacency and good humour.
I presume that Adam knew nothing of the subject of woman's inferiority.
I presume you are an American--or British.
Definition of Presume
(transitive) With infinitive object: to be so presumptuous as (to do something) without proper authority or permission. [from 14th c.] | (transitive, now rare) To perform, do (something) without authority; to lay claim to without permission. [from 14th c.] | (transitive) To assume or suggest to be true (without proof); to take for granted, to suppose. [from 14th c.]
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