Adjective(1) capable of being inferred on slight grounds
(1) He will also be a star of Romeo And Juliet - which presumably means making more love?(2) This club could attract people into the late evening and presumably the early hours of the morning.(3) Rewriting of history for bellicose use can also, presumably , be a very fine art.(4) The lift wouldn't work, presumably because it was too heavy, being gold plated and all.(5) Motorcyclists are vulnerable at all times and presumably use the roads in full knowledge of this.(6) No protest at these inconsistencies, so presumably no one has a right to now.(7) That we hear not even a peep from him is presumably due to the fact that too many sponsors and cronies are in on the great land scam.(8) it was not yet ten o'clock, so presumably the boys were still at the pub(9) the Yakima Indians presumably came from Asia by way of the Bering Strait(10) At least four panels and two small decorations are missing, presumably destroyed.(11) If monetary policy were inappropriate, presumably risks would never be in balance.(12) Then, presumably , the state will be drafted back in to provide further subsidies.(13) Since this film is being made in Hollywood, presumably its main audience will be American.(14) Whether it was easier to shop is arguable, because presumably the number of staff are also at a minimum.(15) At least if we were all locked in, we presumably didn't have to be Houdini to get out.(16) He presumably sees nothing wrong in using the police for propaganda purposes.
1. supposable ::
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