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presumption
used in The Shack

7 uses
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1  —3 uses as in:
presumption of innocence
Definition
to think of something as true or likely, even though it is not known with certainty
  • Presumably God already knew that Mack was there.
    5. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (74% in)
  • It's a family tradition: the men all have the same first name but are commonly known by their middle names, presumably to avoid the ostentation of I, II and III or Junior and Senior.
    Foreward (6% in)
  • His few belongings that had appeared in his room were gone, presumably back in his car.
    17. Choices of the Heart (74% in)

There are no more uses of "presumption" flagged with this meaning in The Shack.

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?  —4 uses
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  • I had no idea I had presumed to be your judge.
    13. A Meeting of Hearts (12% in)
  • Now, three and a half years later, Missy was officially presumed to have been murdered.
    4. The Great Sadness (93% in)
  • Your question presumes that poison is bad; that such creations have no purpose.
    9. A Long Time Ago, In a Garden Far, Far Away (45% in)
  • Emerging into the clearing behind them and forming another circle of larger lights stood those whom Mack presumed were adults like himself, colorfully brilliant and yet subdued.
    15. A Festival of Friends (33% in)

There are no more uses of "presumption" in The Shack.

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