assumptive

adjective
as·​sump·​tive | \ ə-ˈsəm(p)-tiv \

Definition of assumptive

: of, relating to, or based on assumption

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Examples of assumptive in a Sentence

an assumptive and tiresome woman

First Known Use of assumptive

1611, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of assumptive was in 1611

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