assumingly


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as·sum·ing

 (ə-so͞o′mĭng)
adj.
Presumptuous; arrogant.
conj.
On the assumption that; supposing: Assuming the house is for sale, would you buy it?

as·sum′ing·ly adv.

assumingly

(əˈsjuːmɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a presuming manner
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If assumingly, uncontrollable environment ensued, discordant views may emerge to encourage convergence on issues that were to bring harmony and progress, another best term for good employment relations (Edwards, 2003).
Campanilla explained that both residence or domicile nonetheless, in essence assumingly approximate the degree of patriotism or love of country that a candidate for the highest position of the land possess on election day.
This disappointment of the party(ies) with the expert report triggers the process of requesting another court expert or panel of experts, who are now requested to evaluate the matter and the facts of the case in their respective specialized areas of expertise, assumingly better than the first expert or panel of experts.
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