- n. Plural form of speculation.
“From which vain speculations, Bassett turned idly to review all that had occurred since that day on the beach of Ringmanu when he first heard the sound and plunged into the jungle after it.”
“Any opinion based on falsehoods and wild speculations is not a valid opinion worthy of respect.”
“In 129 you mentioned currency markets speculations and picking winners; explain to me how speculations is ‘work’, different from playing a slot machine.”
“The fundamental mistake with these speculations is that they assume that businessmen are familiar with these concepts.”
“Why you call her speculations and gross simplifications/mischaracterisations âscienceâ is beyond me.”
“The problem with these speculations is that they do not adequately speculate on how it is even conceivable that we might solve the problem of consciousness.”
“And if they are equating provacatuers with porros, than that would explain speculations that there are porros on “both sides” of the conflict.”
“If you like, one could explicitly label speculations as such, but I think it is somewhat obvious when someone is speculating in these matters.”
“One of my speculations is that when we go up to bed he is in the bathroom opposite our bedroom window with the light off in the hope that one night we'll forget to draw the curtains and turn our light out.”
“These financial planners have doubled in recent years specializing in high risk and short term speculations, it is estimated that their asset value in 1998 was at a staggering $400 billion.”
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