April 20th, 2018

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Word of the Day 04/20/18 Presumptuous

Presumptuous (adjective)
presumptuous [pri-zuhmp-choo-uh s]
(previously 03-29-13)

adjective
1. full of, characterized by, or showing presumption or readiness to presume in conduct or thought, as by saying or doing something without right or permission.
2. unwarrantedly or impertinently bold; forward.
3. Obsolete. presumptive.

Can be confused
presumptive

Synonyms
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1, 2. impertinent, audacious; fresh; arrogant.

Antonyms
1, 2. modest, unassuming.

Synonym Study
1, 2. See bold.


Origin: 1300-50; Middle English < Late Latin praesūmptuōsus, variant of Latin praesūmptiōsus. See presumption, -ous

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Hello all.

Welcome to another Friday. Yay for us surviving another week.

I hope everyone is doing well with this month's challenges, which are crossovers and a WIP push.

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"Lust for the future, but treasure the past."

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