- v. present participle of conjecture.
“You will have no difficulty in conjecturing the strain of those articles.”
“Suellentrop is making shit up, or in journalese, conjecturing about stuff he can't even come close to proving.”
“While a certain linguistic community may make no use of a force such as conjecturing or appointing, these two are among the set of all possible forces.”
“She blurs the boundaries between daily life and national life: in Emma "conjecturing" happens everywhere, and everywhere falls short of perfect accuracy.”
“a kind of conjecturing; its objects are shadows, reflec - tions, or “likenesses,” i.e., those images (εἰκόνεσ) of visible things which Socrates firmly places at the lowest level of being in the world of appearances.”
“For all he might have known, had he been capable of conjecturing, the only white-gods in existence had perished.”
“Maybe the black doll is indeed selling less well because (as Prof. Wade is paraphrased as conjecturing) “black parents are more likely than white parents to buy their children dolls of a different race.””
“January 16th, 2009 at 2: 15 pm don, my conjecturing and Raevmo's conjecturing follow two different trajectories.”
“Yes, I understand there are lots of unknowns, but how can you apply engineering principles without first resolving or at least conjecturing about those unknowns?”
“JJ's been very open and honest about all the conjecturing he's doing in order to speculate about engineering applications, and I don't see any way to approach EBE without that kind of guessing.”
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