Presumptive

• (a.) Presumptuous; arrogant. • (a.) Based on presumption or probability; grounded on probable evidence; probable; as, presumptive proof.
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presumptive

adjective affording reasonable grounds for belief or acceptance; `presumptive evidence`; `a strong presumptive case is made out`
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presumptive

[Adjective] Someone who takes liberties is said to be presumptive.
Example: You are rather presumptive, assuming that I’ll kiss you on the first date!
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Presumptive

Pre·sump'tive adjective [ Confer French présomptif .] 1. Based on presumption or probability; grounded on probable evidence; probable; as, presumptive proof. 2. Presumptuous; arrogant. [ R.] Sir T. Browne. Presumptive evidence (Law) , that w...
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presumptive

presumptive 1. Giving reasonable grounds for presumption or belief; warranting inference. 2. Based on presumption or inference; presumed, inferred.
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presumptive

[adj] - having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance 2. [adj] - affording reasonable grounds for belief or acceptance
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