presumptuous [pri-zuhmp-choo-uh s] (previously 03-29-13)
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
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1, 2. impertinent, audacious; fresh; arrogant.
1, 2. modest, unassuming.
1, 2. See bold.
Origin: 1300-50; Middle English < Late Latin praesūmptuōsus, variant of Latin praesūmptiōsus. See presumption, -ous
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