English words and Examples of Usage

use "assume" in a sentence

Just assume that your password will get compromised at some point.

They may assume the magic wand of genius will boing them tomorrow.

Now, nobody has to suspect or assume what I do behind closed doors.

“But people tended to assume women were picking up their children.”

“Instead of assuming the worst in people or faiths, assume the best.

Pinnacle will assume about $265 million in debt as part of the deal.

Don’t assume all prepackaged toddler meals or snacks are low in sodium.

The risk is that people assume that legal equality is enough by itself.

One might assume monthly water bills are costing Californians a fortune.

I assume he's serving unknowing fools lunch with these very utensils now.

Muilenburg will assume the CEO title in addition to his role as president.

I assume that some hundreds of Jews, between 600 and 900 perished that day.

You can assume he'll be keeping the needles on the vinyl at Mercury Lounge.

Hiring managers assume your generation is straight out of a Girls episode.

At this point, it would be an insult to assume they’d be hampered by injuries.

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