use presumes in a sentence.
This presumes there is a decent manual!
'The omission of the title presumes you a criminal.'
What this discussion of the hijab presumes is choice: In the United States, women can escape demands to cover themselves or demands not to, fashioning a new set of meanings for an ancient practice.
The only reason the Outpost would accept such ads, she presumes, is "because the editor and publisher must to some extent support their agendas."
Behind him, one presumes, is the bomb crater resulting from the Israeli air strike, which may be the reason why this location has been chosen for the shot.
The commercials they keep running for this, with what one presumes is what they think are the best bits, make me want to change the channel.