Synonym: guess, suppose. Similar words: lecture, architecture, picture, structure, manufacturer, infrastructure, reject, project. Meaning: [kən'dʒektʃə] n. 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. v. to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds.
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1. What she said was pure conjecture .
2. That was a conjecture, not a fact.
3. It is largely a matter of conjecture.
4. There's been a lot of conjecture in the papers recently about the royal marriage.
5. We could not conjecture the fact from what he said.
6. There has been some conjecture about a possible merger.
7. Who can conjecture about tomorrow's weather conditions?
8. The rumor raised much conjecture.
9. Your theory is pure conjecture.
10. Don't conjecture about the outcome.
11. What the real cause was is open to conjecture.
12. It seems reasonable to conjecture that these conditions breed violence.
13. There was a lot of conjecture as to the extent of her wealth.
14. My results show that this conjecture was, in fact,(sentencedict.com/conjecture.html) correct.
15. The attitudes of others were matters of conjecture although there were plenty of rumours about how individuals had behaved.
16. GUESS We can only conjecture about what was in the killer's mind.
17. The judge dismissed the evidence as pure conjecture.
18. Ah, well! we may conjecture many things.
19. What made you conjecture that?
20. It is pure conjecture on their part.
21. Besides, until probate is granted, all is conjecture.
22. To return from conjecture to fact: the nuclear family left Lewis in 1944 when I was five years old.
23. Remains are scanty and conjecture has to take the place of evidence.
24. The typical conjecture is that if you protect car driver from their mistakes you encourage bad driving.
25. Whether the business will survive another ten years is pure conjecture.
26. She didn't know the facts; what she said was pure conjecture.
27. Whether she will run for a second term in office is open to conjecture.
28. Whether or not her husband knew will always be a matter for conjecture.
29. We'll never know exactly how she died; we can only conjecture.
30. Its precise origins remain obscure; its ultimate impact on society is necessarily still a matter of conjecture.
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