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Use "assumptive" in a sentence
"But it is then called assumptive, when the fact cannot be proved by its own intrinsic evidence, but is defended by some argument brought from extraneous circumstances."
"This kind of assumptive thinking is what leads to a person getting their head punched off by Jason in “Friday the 13th: Jason Takes Manhattan.”"
"I think that this kind of assumptive journalism is a mistake."