Definition of 'presumptive'
Example sentences containing 'presumptive'
Now were thrones with their heirs presumptive seated upon them, princes, princesses, a procession of nobility, of majesty.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002)
Reggie, as heir presumptive, had agreed to leave his post in the City and take over as proprietor of the Manor/ hotel.WEEKEND FOR MURDER (2002)
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