A presumptively employs B to use his own skill and judgment.
presumptively, it was the same among the Greeks of the traditionary period.
The presence of these symptoms is presumptively indicative of gastric disease, usually ulcerous or carcinomatous.
presumptively they were organized in gentes, but the evidence of the fact is lost.
Reason: These were the relationships of the same persons under the Malayan system, which presumptively preceded the Turanian.
presumptively it was possessed by them while in the Upper Status of barbarism.
If the Pawnees are organized in gentes, presumptively the other tribes are the same.
presumptively and naturally, marriage within the gens was prohibited.
presumptively they are those which actually existed when this system was formed.
If such minor surveys do not come before the public, they are presumptively carried on in private.
"speculative," mid-15c., from French présomptif (15c.), from Medieval Latin presumptivus, from Late Latin praesumptivus, from Latin praesumpt- past participle stem of praesumere (see presume). The heir presumptive (1620s) is "presumed" to be the heir if the heir apparent is unavailable. Related: Presumptively.