presumable

adjective
pre·sum·able | \ pri-ˈzü-mə-bəl \

Definition of presumable 

: capable of being presumed : acceptable as an assumption

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Economics and conflicting schedules are the presumable reasons why The Chainsmokers have delegated all female vocal duties on their tour to Emily Warren. George Varga, sandiegouniontribune.com, "The Chainsmokers light up charts, but concert venues may be a bigger challenge," 3 May 2017

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First Known Use of presumable

1692, in the meaning defined above

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