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Related to presumptuously: roguishly
Going beyond what is right or proper; excessively forward: felt it was presumptuous of him to assume they had become friends.
[Middle English, from Old French presumptueux, from Late Latin praesūmptuōsus, variant of praesūmptiōsus, from praesūmptiō, presumption; see presumption.]
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|Adv.||1.||presumptuously - in a presumptuous manner; "he presumptuously overstepped the doctor's orders"|
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