Definition of presumedly in English:

presumedly

adverb

  • [sentence adverb] As is presumed; supposedly.

    ‘he is presumedly buried at Tanglewood Cemetery’
    • ‘This small cave called Grotte Hamma is presumedly the location where Cervantes hid with fourteen other fugitives.’
    • ‘By 1880, the Crim's moved one county over to Lee County, Texas and presumedly this is where Mary, Ellen's mother, passed away.’
    • ‘The children observed were presumedly from normal homes and therefore represented a normal population.’
    • ‘The owner of the domain name is flogging it off, presumedly with the intent of profiting from its rise to rapid notoreity.’
    • ‘Ellen's father Jacob died sometime before 1860, presumedly in Lexington County, South Carolina.’
    reportedly, supposedly, reputedly, purportedly, ostensibly, apparently, by all accounts, so the story goes, putatively, presumedly, presumably, assumedly, declaredly, avowedly
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Pronunciation:

presumedly

/prɪˈzjuːmɪdli/