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assume
used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

6 uses
  • Stanton and his lieutenants assumed that all the cabinet heads had been marked for death that night.
    p. 88.3
  • Booth assumed that the day would unfold as the latest in a blur of days that had begun on April 3 when the Confederate capital, Richmond, fell to the Union.
    p. 9.4
  • Anyone who saw him now would assume he had come down Tenth Street to take in the play.
    p. 35.0
  • Secretary of State William H. Seward was in that room, lying helpless in bed, defended by no one — Powell probably assumed — but a frail-looking girl.
    p. 52.3
  • Leale, remembering Booth's bloody dagger and recalling Major Rathbone's severely bleeding wound, assumed that Lincoln had been stabbed.
    p. 67.8
  • Given the disastrous events of April 1865, Mudd assumed that the Union victory had changed the actor's plans and the scheme to kidnap the president had been abandoned.
    p. 97.8

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