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How To Spell assumed?

Correct spelling: assumed

Definition of assumed:

  1. Supposed.

List of misspellings for assumed:

  • assumer,
  • asssume,
  • assinged,
  • aussume,
  • asoum,
  • assfdi,
  • assumet,
  • asuured,
  • assignmed,
  • essemce,
  • assemtn,
  • asured,
  • accosomed,
  • ausume,
  • ashimed,
  • assumpted,
  • awsomwe,
  • assmued,
  • assesed,
  • assum,
  • assumme,
  • issused,
  • argumet,
  • assunder,
  • assumeing,
  • isssued,
  • asoume,
  • ascibed,
  • sumed,
  • assomed,
  • accusomed,
  • asburd,
  • assmue,
  • asurred,
  • asuume,
  • assume'n,
  • assemby,
  • assumned,
  • assiged,
  • estiamed,
  • awsum,
  • assumpt,
  • assurred,
  • assssed,
  • assined,
  • assembed,
  • assteem,
  • assember,
  • asstimat,
  • assesmet,
  • assused,
  • aschamed,
  • assusmed,
  • assumeed,
  • assighed,
  • awsomely,
  • asurd,
  • asumme,
  • assuume,
  • asssed,
  • assted,
  • assemle,
  • assuerd,
  • assome,
  • alsmot,
  • issueed,
  • assamed,
  • issiued,
  • assued,
  • ussued,
  • assuem,
  • asymtope,
  • asssumes,
  • asumes,
  • assauled,
  • assighned,
  • ahsamed,
  • eshumed,
  • asmuch,
  • asummed,
  • assums,
  • asssured,
  • assessmet,
  • aasured,
  • ssumed,
  • assuemd,
  • ausome,
  • isseued,
  • asstute,
  • awsume,
  • iissued,
  • assumig,
  • assinmet,
  • soumd,
  • amsued,
  • asamed,
  • asseum,
  • assumbed,
  • asumed,
  • asume.
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Quotes for assumed:

  1. I found I wasn't asking good enough questions because I assumed I knew something. I would box them into a corner with a badly formed question, and they didn't know how to get out of it. Now, I let them take me through it step by step, and I listen.
  2. Sensible and responsible women do not want to vote. The relative positions to be assumed by man and woman in the working out of our civilization were assigned long ago by a higher intelligence than ours.
  3. We seem to be a long way off from the kind of Fascism which we behold in Italy today, but we are not so far from the kind of Fascism which Mussolini preached in Italy before he assumed power, and we are slowly approaching the conditions which made Fascism there possible.
  4. I merged those two words, black and feminist, because I was surrounded by black women who were very tough and and who always assumed they had to work and rear children and manage homes.
  5. M*A*S*H offered real characters and everybody identified with them because they had such soul. The humor was intelligent and it always assumed that you had an intellect.
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