presumptive

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Based on presumption, probability, conjecture, hypothesis or belief

By late May, he was already considered his party's presumptive nominee.

making presumptions; behaving as one who presumes, who assumes that which they perhaps shouldn't

Forgive me for being presumptive, but aren't you and Mark engaged?.

{a} supposed, bold, probable, likely
Presumptuous; arrogant
affording reasonable grounds for belief or acceptance; "presumptive evidence"; "a strong presumptive case is made out" having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance; "the presumptive heir (or heir apparent)
Based on presumption or probability; grounded on probable evidence; probable; as, presumptive proof
having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance; "the presumptive heir (or heir apparent)
{s} supposed, conjectured, assumed; conceivable, imaginable; reasonable, plausible
based on a reasonable belief about what is likely to be true
having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance; "the presumptive heir (or heir apparent)"
affording reasonable grounds for belief or acceptance; "presumptive evidence"; "a strong presumptive case is made out"
presumptive heir
assumed inheritor
heir presumptive
Someone who will inherit only if no better choice for an heir is born
presumptively
In a presumptive manner
presumptively
As is presumed to be the case
heir presumptive
a person who expects to inherit but whose right can be defeated by the birth of a nearer relative
heir presumptive
An heir whose claim can be defeated by the birth of a closer relative before the death of the ancestor
presumptively
by reasonable assumption; "presumably, he missed the train"
presumptively
By presumption, or supposition grounded or probability; presumably
presumptively
plausibly, in a reasonable manner; as an assumption, supposedly
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