[ uh-soo-muh-buh l ]
/ əˈsu mə bəl /
capable of being assumed, as an office or an obligation: Assumable mortgages are hard to find these days.
Assume vs. PresumeThe words assume and presume both mean that you take something for granted as being true, but the difference is based on how certain you are. Assume is typically used in situations where someone takes something as the truth with a very low level of certainty or with no proof at all. Presume usually involves a higher level of certainty and is used in situations …
Related formsas·sum·a·bil·i·ty, nounas·sum·a·bly, adverbun·as·sum·a·ble, adjective
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Now a ditch is a ditch, assumably muddy, and usually traversing uninteresting and monotonous landscapes.The Cruise of the Snark|Jack London