presumptuous

  • 21presumptuous — Synonyms and related words: acceptable, adventurous, arrogant, assuming, audacious, bold, brash, brazen, bumptious, busy, busybody, cheeky, cold, complacent, confident, contumelious, cool, daredevil, daring, death defying, disdainful, egotistical …

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  • 22presumptuous — pre sump·tu·ous || prɪ zÊŒmptʃʊəs adj. arrogant, haughty, conceited; forward, bold, immodest …

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  • 23presumptuous — adjective failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropriate. Derivatives presumptuously adverb presumptuousness noun …

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  • 24presumptuous — a. 1. Arrogant, bold, forward, presuming, insolent, audacious. 2. Rash, over confident, foolhardy. 3. Irreverent …

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  • 25presumptuous — adj 1. confident, presuming, assuming, convinced, persuaded, satisfied; undoubting, unquestioning, trustful, trusting; expectant, anticipatory, anticipating; assured, positive, sure, cocksure, Inf. pretty damned sure, sure in one s own mind;… …

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  • 26presumptuous — pre·sump·tu·ous …

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  • 27presumptuous — [prɪˈzʌmptʃuəs] adj showing disapproval showing too much confidence and not enough respect …

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  • 28presumptuous — pre•sump•tu•ous [[t]prɪˈzʌmp tʃu əs[/t]] adj. 1) characterized by or showing presumption or readiness to presume; unwarrantedly or impertinently bold; forward 2) Obs. presumptive • Etymology: 1300–50; ME < LL praesūmptuōsus, var. of L… …

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  • 29presumptuous — /prəˈzʌmptʃuəs / (say pruh zumpchoohuhs) adjective 1. full of, characterised by, or showing presumption or readiness to presume in conduct or thought. 2. unwarrantedly or impertinently bold; forward. 3. Obsolete → presumptive. {Middle English… …

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  • 30presumptuous —   Maha oi; hala o a (fig.) …

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  • 31presumptuous — adj. unduly or overbearingly confident and presuming. Derivatives: presumptuously adv. presumptuousness n. Etymology: ME f. OF presumptueux f. LL praesumptuosus, tiosus (as PRESUME) …

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  • 32presumptuous, presumptive — Presumptuous and presumptive come from Latin words meaning to undertake beforehand, but they have different meanings in English. A presumptuous person is arrogant; he presumes too much; he takes too much for granted; he takes excessive liberties; …

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  • 33presumptuous vintage — of a great vintage, of an excellent vintage …

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  • 34presumptive, presumptuous —    The first is sometimes used when the second is intended. Presumptuous means impudent and inclined to take liberties, or to act in a manner that is excessively bold and forthright. Presumptive means giving grounds to presume and is primarily a… …

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  • 35presumptive, presumptuous —    The first is sometimes used when the second is intended. Presumptuous means impudent and inclined to take liberties, or to act in a manner that is excessively bold and forthright. Presumptive means giving grounds to presume and is primarily a… …

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  • 36presumptive —  , presumptuous  The first is sometimes used when the second is intended. Presumptuous means impudent and inclined to take liberties, or to act in a manner that is excessively bold and forthright. Presumptive means giving grounds to presume and… …

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  • 37presumptuously — presumptuous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropriate. DERIVATIVES presumptuously adverb presumptuousness noun …

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  • 38presumptuousness — presumptuous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropriate. DERIVATIVES presumptuously adverb presumptuousness noun …

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  • 39familiar — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. intimate, close; acquainted, well versed; common; presumptuous. n. intimate, associate; familiar spirit (see mythical deities, demon). See friend, nearness, sociality, insolence. Ant., unfamiliar,… …

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  • 40bold — adjective 1) bold adventurers Syn: daring, intrepid, brave, courageous, valiant, valorous, fearless, dauntless, audacious, daredevil; adventurous, heroic, plucky, spirited, confident, assured; informal gutsy, spunky …

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