Definitions of "presumptive"
  1. Refers to a situation or a fact that is considered to be true until it is proven otherwise
  2. Regarding a basis for forming an opinion or belief that is logical and reasonable
How to use "presumptive" in a sentence
  1. The child, being the eldest, is the presumptive heir to the family business.
  2. Her years of experience in the field make her the presumptive candidate for the promotion.
  3. The concealment of evidence created a presumptive guilt for the defendant.

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