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assume
used in The Princess Bride

9 uses
  • Westley, for his part, assumed he had till 6:15 for his hour to be up.
    p. 344.7
  • I assumed it had to be one or the other.
    p. 51.5
  • He knew only, once Buttercup was down at the ravine bottom beside him, that to climb out would take, as Prince Humperdinck had assumed, too much time.
    p. 192.9
  • If the soldiers were dead, surely it was not unreasonable to assume that he would eventually follow.
    p. 230.4
  • But if they wanted his erasure, surely it was also not unreasonable to assume that they had not the least intention of doing it immediately, else why tend his wounds, why return his strength with good warm food?
    p. 230.5
  • But in the meantime, considering the personalities of his captors, it was finally not unreasonable to assume that they would do their best to make him suffer.
    p. 230.7
  • I assume my legs are a little stiff from being chained, but other than that, yes.
    p. 246.0
  • The Count had sucked ten years from Westley this past week, and, with the life of sixty-five that was average for a Florinese male, the victim had approximately thirty years remaining, assuming he was about twenty-five when they started experimenting.
    p. 264.0
  • Someone would have to keep his wits, and he had assumed automatically that since Fezzik had so few, he would find retaining them not all that difficult.
    p. 293.9

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