presumed adj : presumed to be true in the absence of proof to the contrary; "the presumed reason for his anger" [syn: presumed(a)]
- past of presume
- appearing to be the most probable, often with some preparations starting to be made for it.
- Hebrew: משוער
accounted as, alleged, anticipated, assumed, assumptive, awaited, conjectured, deemed, due, expected, forejudged, foreseen, given, granted, hinted, hoped-for, imminent, implicated, implied, in prospect, in view, indicated, inferred, intimated, involved, judged beforehand, long-expected, meant, on the horizon, overdue, postulated, postulational, preconceived, preconceptual, preconcluded, predecided, predetermined, predisposed, predispositional, prejudged, prejudging, prejudicial, premised, presumptive, presupposed, presurmised, probable, promised, prospective, putative, reputed, suggested, supposed, suppositional, supposititious, suppositive, taken for granted, understood