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assume
used in The 100

9 uses
  • They'd assumed Octavia had run away .... but what if she'd been taken?
    p. 317.2
  • There were fewer than 150 kids in Confinement, so he had assumed they'd take all the older teens, but until this moment he hadn't been sure he would be sent on the mission.
    p. 17.2
  • "Good luck, son," Wells's father said, assuming his trademark brusqueness.
    p. 19.7
  • "I guess we can assume you weren't Confined for miscounting the herbs you probably stole from the storehouse."
    p. 60.1
  • Her face assumed an expression that broke through the barriers, a mixture of sorrow, frustration, and pity that seemed to travel from Clarke's eyes straight into his chest.
    p. 68.2
  • He'd always assumed those ancient poets had been full of shit, or at least had much better drugs than he'd ever tried.
    p. 70.1
  • Either the Council had assumed the hundred would figure out how to live off the land after a month .... or they didn't plan on them surviving that long.
    p. 108.5
  • One of those Phoenicians who assume all Waldenites are illiterate.
    p. 131.6
  • Because I always assumed there'd be boys there.
    p. 253.9

There are no more uses of "assume" in The 100.

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