Noun(1) a hypothesis that has been formed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence(2) a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence(3) reasoning that involves the formation of conclusions from incomplete evidence
Verb(1) to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds
(1) a matter for conjecture(2) Maybe there just is no mathematical proof whatsoever which decides the conjecture .(3) He is aware of the present trend away from textual conjecture .(4) Because of its posture, if it had been a human being, one might conjecture it was melancholy with a slight reluctance as to what it was doing, akin to a child in pursuit of a lost toy.(5) You must not be influenced by sentiment, conjecture , sympathy, passion, prejudice, public opinion, or public feeling.(6) He was as sparing with critical opinions as he was with textual conjecture - only about ten percent of his notes might be called judicial.(7) It was as though I had opened a faucet that everyone was just waiting to see opened, so they could start throwing the conjecture around.(8) Indeed, this is far from a theoretical conjecture .(9) Our conjecture is that, in general, contextual information requires more attentional resources and intentional processing to encode and to retrieve than does item information.(10) Given this procedural assumption, that integration often creates a need for further integration, it is possible to conjecture the future development.(11) Until then, the issues that John claimed to be ├ö├ç├┐pointing out├ö├ç├û are just opinion and conjecture .(12) So I guess the conjecture can continue through the foreseeable future.(13) This conjecture was worked on by many famous mathematicians.(14) I treated that information as plausible conjecture and afforded it credibility as such.(15) The generalised PoincarÔö£┬« conjecture has since been shown for all dimensions greater than 4, but the original conjecture has so far remained unproven.(16) Of course, if that had been the case I would conjecture the set would grow from two discs to about 48.
1. speculation ::
2. hypothesis ::
3. guess ::
4. suppose ::
Different Formsconjecture, conjectured, conjectures, conjecturing
English to Arabic Dictionary: conjecture
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