a bond issued by one corporation and -ssumed as an obligation by another.
taking too much for granted; presumptuous. to take for granted or without proof: to -ssume that everyone wants peace. synonyms: suppose, presuppose; postulate, posit. to take upon oneself; undertake: to -ssume an obligation. to take over the duties or responsibilities of: to -ssume the office of treasurer. to take on (a particular character, quality, mode […]
taking too much for granted; presumptuous. adjective expecting too much; presumptuous; arrogant conjunction (often foll by that) if it is -ssumed or taken for granted (that): even -ssuming he understands the problem, he will never take any action
a legal action for a breach of contract or promise not under seal. an actionable promise. historical examples one of the earliest references to what a promisor was to have for his undertaking was in the action of -ssumpsit. the common law oliver wendell holmes, jr. in this, as in the earlier case, the issue […]
something taken for granted; a supposition: a correct -ssumption. synonyms: presupposition; hypothesis, conjecture, guess, postulate, theory. the act of taking for granted or supposing. synonyms: presumption; presupposition. the act of taking to or upon oneself. synonyms: acceptance, shouldering. the act of taking possession of something: the -ssumption of power. synonyms: seizure, appropriation, usurpation, arrogation. arrogance; […]
taken for granted. characterized by : an -ssumptive statement. . adj. early 15c., from latin -ssumptivus, from -ssumpt-, past participle stem of -ssumere (see -ssume) + -ive.