**See also:** Assuming Assumingly Assured Assumption Assuage Assume Assurance Assumed Assuagement Assuredness Assu Assuaged Assurer Assures Assurant Assumptious Assuredly Assuaging Assumpsit Assumptive

**1.** ** Assuming** definition is - having or showing the attitude of someone who assumes something that should not be assumed : pretentious, presumptuous

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**2.** How to use ** Assuming** in a sentence.

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**3.** Conj (often foll by that) if it is** assumed** or taken for granted (that): even** Assuming** he understands the problem, he will never take any action

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**4.** Find 13 ways to say ** Assuming**, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**5.** Synonyms & Antonyms of** Assuming** (Entry 2 of 2) 1 to take to or upon oneself we promised to assume responsibility for any damage to the flower beds caused by the volleyball game in the backyard

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**6.** ** Assuming** is defined as taking on responsibility or fulfilling the obligations of someone else's position by taking over his job

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**7.** An example of** Assuming** is when you do extra duties at work

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**8.** An example of** Assuming** is taking on the responsibilities of someone who was fired.

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**9.** ** Assuming Assuming** [ assum, expr] evaluates expr with

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**10.** By** Assuming** the previous owner's remaining

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**11.** If someone accuses you of being** Assuming,** he or she thinks you are arrogant or that you take too much for granted

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**12.** If you take on an** Assuming** tone when you ask for something, people are more likely to feel offended than to be generous

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**13.** By ** Assuming** that title, the sovereign of Moscow tried to emphasize that he was a major ruler or emperor on par with the Byzantine emperor or the Mongol khan

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**14.** The frequency of goggle-eyed figures and water symbolism in Teotihuacan art has misled investigators into ** Assuming** that ll figures with these associations represent Tlaloc.

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**15.** Atheism affirms that there are no gods or goddesses,** Assuming** that god means a personal, extramundane entity

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**16.** I was to make a parable of my childish experience with the Skye terrier,** Assuming** that life was organised to do me good

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**17.** We have, in other words, been** Assuming** that language moves entirely in the ideational or cognitive sphere.

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**18.** ** Assuming** - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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**19.** Stop ** Assuming** airs, Mary, you're not some world-class actor—you're

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**20.** Vance was investigated over allegations of inappropriate behaviour before ** Assuming** top military job, says Stephen Harper’s ex-chief of staff By Jacques Gallant Legal Affairs Reporter Mon

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**21.** “** Assuming** is a form of giving away your power to another regarding an outcome that concerns you.” ― Molly Friedenfeld, The Book of Simple Human Truths tags:

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**22.** ‘** Assuming** that the applications and databases are on separate machines, what is the current thinking on where the database should reside?’ ‘

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**23.** ‘** Assuming** that the applications and databases are on separate machines, what is the current thinking on where the database should reside?’ ‘

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**24.** "I'm ** Assuming** you don't plan on coming back." Thanks a lot in advance

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**25.** The expression *Assuming* property calling sequence evaluates the expression under the assumption property on all names in expression.

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**26.** Synonyms for ** Assuming** in Free Thesaurus

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**27.** 47 synonyms for ** Assuming**: if, provided, providing, allowing, whether, admitting, supposing, granting

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**28.** Conjunction You use *Assuming* or *Assuming* that when you are considering a possible situation or event, so that you can think about the consequences

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**29.** '*Assuming* you're right,' he said, 'there's not much I can do about it, is there?' But *Assuming* that …

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**30.** ** Assuming** (plural

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**31.** December 16, 1656, Thomas Burton, diary entry No positive inference can he drawn from Nayler's confession, as to his ** Assuming** the attributes of Christ, but rather a positive denial of these

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**32.** ** Assuming** a lease can save you thousands of dollars and only require a short term lease agreement

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**33.** ** Assuming** a mortgage doesn’t just have to happen through a sale though

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**34.** "I'm ** Assuming** you have a mouse" is a false-polite way of saying, "You will need a mouse to continue with this tutorial"

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**36.** ** Assuming**,

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**37.** The biggest mistake you can make is ** Assuming** that creativity will hit you all at once and the muse will carry you to the end of the book on feather wings while 'Foster the People' plays gently in the background

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**38.** The country's industry is ** Assuming** a new aspect

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**39.** ** Assuming** it true, what should we do now? 3

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**40.** You can pay by cheque, ** Assuming** of course you have a valid cheque card

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**41.** You were mistaken in ** Assuming** it

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**42.** ** Assuming** a loan means one borrower is removed from the current loan without the remaining borrower having to refinance the existing loan

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**43.** ** Assuming** a leadership position is one of the most important leadership situations you’ll face as an NCO

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**44.** Everything discussed in FM 22-100 about what you must BE, KNOW and DO is relevant to your success of ** Assuming** a leadership position

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**45.** When ** Assuming** a leadership position, there are some things to think about and learn as you establish your

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**46.** "** Assuming**, arguendo, that "and similar phrases are used in courtroom settings and academic legal settings, and occasionally in other domains, to designate provisional and unendorsed assumptions that will be made at the beginning of an argument in order to explore their implications

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**47.** ** Assuming** (that) used to suppose that something is true so that you can talk about what the results might be

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**48.** See ** Assuming** in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary See

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**49.** ** Assuming** a mortgage is a process by which you take over the payments on an existing loan rather than secure your own financing to purchase the house

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**50.** Most lenders include a due-on-sale clause that prohibits a buyer from ** Assuming** a mortgage by making the note payable upon the transition of ownership of the mortgaged property.

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**51.** ** Assuming** a Body makes a stunning intervention, by way of phenomenology, into contemporary theories of the body

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**52.** ** Assuming** the Truth is a Stranger mission in Grand Theft Auto V given to protagonist Michael De Santa by the infamous Epsilon Program

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**53.** How to say ** Assuming** in English? Pronunciation of

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**54.** ** Assuming** it's an open-grown tree that gets plenty of water and is in good soil, we might guess the average growth at 8 or 10 rings per inch

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**55.** Tree Doctor Howard Burnett The number of index cases needed to be detected to prevent 1 death ( ** Assuming** 6%-10% case-fatality ratio) would have been 150-180 with attack rates of 5% and 50-83 with attack

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**56.** High quality ** Assuming** gifts and merchandise

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**ASSUMING** [əˈso͞omiNG]

CONJUNCTION

ADJECTIVE

VERB

- suppose to be the case, without proof.

Assuming is defined as **taking on responsibility** or fulfilling the obligations of someone else's position by taking over his job. An example of assuming is when you do extra duties at work.

**assuming**(a.) Synonyms: presuming, presumptuous, forward, audacious, bold, shameless, frontless, unblushing, brazen, brazen-faced. **assuming**(a.) Synonyms: arrogant, proud, lofty, stately, haughty, supercilious, overbearing, overweening, conceited, consequential, self-conceited, self-sufficient.

Assumingly means in a **presumptuous/arrogant/pretentious manner**, so it clearly has a very different meaning from assume/assuming, therefore you need to use it very carefully. Unassuming/unassumingly means the exact opposite: modest/unpretentious. Example usage: He walked over to her, rather assumingly.

Definition of assumption. 1 : a **taking to or upon oneself** the assumption of a new position. 2 : the act of laying claim to or taking possession of something the assumption of power.