Presumption

Presumption,

Definition of Presumption:

  1. An idea that is taken to be true, and often used as the basis for other ideas, although it is not known for certain.

  2. Behavior perceived as arrogant, disrespectful, and transgressing the limits of what is permitted or appropriate.

  3. In law, assumption or inference that a fact exists, on the basis of the known existence of other fact(s). Although a presumption shifts the burden of proof from the party it favors to the opposing party, almost every presumption is a rebuttable presumption allowed only until it is not proven wrong.

Synonyms of Presumption

Adventurousness, Allegory, Allusion, Apriorism, Aptitude, Arcane meaning, Arrogance, Aspiration, Assumption, Assurance, Assured faith, Attitude, Audaciousness, Audacity, Axiom, Basis, Belief, Bias, Boldness, Brashness, Brass, Brazenness, Brinkmanship, Bumptiousness, Butting-in, Chance, Cheek, Cheekiness, Cheerful expectation, Chutzpah, Climate of opinion, Coloration, Common belief, Community sentiment, Conceit, Concept, Conception, Conclusion, Confidence, Conjecture, Connotation, Consensus gentium, Consideration, Contumely, Conviction, Courage fou, Courting disaster, Crust, Daredevilry, Daredeviltry, Daring, Deduction, Dependence, Desire, Doomed hope, Effrontery, Entailment, Estimate, Estimation, Ethos, Evidence, Expectation, Eye, Face, Fair expectation, Fair prospect, Faith, Familiarity, Favorable prospect, Feasibility, Feeling, Fervent hope, Fire-eating, Flirting with death, Foolhardiness, Forejudgment, Forwardness, Gall, General belief, Going for broke, Good chance, Good cheer, Good hope, Great expectations, Grounds, Guess, Guesswork, Hardihood, Harebrainedness, High hopes, Hint, Hope, Hopeful prognosis, Hopefulness, Hopes, Hoping, Hoping against hope, Hubris, Hypothesis, Idea, Immodesty, Impertinence, Implication, Implied meaning, Import, Imposition, Impression, Impudence, Inference, Innuendo, Inquisitiveness, Insolence, Intermeddling, Intimation, Intrusiveness, Involvement, Ironic suggestion, Judgment, Lawlessness, Liability, Liberties, Liberty abused, License, Licentiousness, Lights, Likelihood, Likeliness, Meaning, Meddlesomeness, Meddling, Metaphorical sense, Mind, Mystique, Nerve, Notion, Nuance, Observation, Obtrusiveness, Occult meaning, Odds, Officiousness, Opinion, Outlook, Overconfidence, Overtone, Overweening, Overweeningness, Parti pris, Personal judgment, Plausibility, Playing with fire, Point of view, Popular belief, Posit, Position, Postulate, Postulation, Postulatum, Posture, Prayerful hope, Preapprehension, Preconception, Preconclusion, Preconsideration, Predecision, Predetermination, Predilection, Predisposition, Prejudgment, Prejudication, Prejudice, Premature judgment, Premise, Premiss, Prenotion, Prepossession, Presumptive evidence, Presumptuousness, Presupposal, Presupposition, Presurmise, Prevailing belief, Pride, Probabilism, Probability, Procacity, Promise, Proposition, Prospect, Prospects, Public belief, Public opinion, Pushiness, Reaction, Reason, Reasonable ground, Reasonable hope, Reliance, Sanguine expectation, Security, Sentiment, Set of postulates, Sight, Stance, Stand, Subsense, Subsidiary sense, Subsumption, Suggestion, Supposal, Supposing, Supposition, Surmise, Suspicion, Symbolism, Temerity, Tendency, Theory, Thesis, Thinking, Thought, Tinge, Touch, Trust, Undercurrent, Undermeaning, Undertone, Undue liberty, Uppishness, Uppityness, Verisimilitude, View, Way of thinking, Well-grounded hope, Working hypothesis, Brazenness, Audacity, Boldness, Audaciousness, Temerity, Arrogance, Egotism, Front, Presumptuousness, Pertness, Forwardness

How to use Presumption in a sentence?

  1. Underlying presumptions about human nature.
  2. He lifted her off the ground, and she was enraged at his presumption.

Meaning of Presumption & Presumption Definition