PRESU’MABLY. adv.

PRESU'MABLY. adv.

PRE’SUMABLY. adv. [from presume] Without examination.
Authors presumably writing by common places, wherein,
for many years, promiscuously amassing all that make for their
subject, break forth at last into useless rhapsodies. Brown.

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