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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of conjecture.

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Examples

  • Second, unbeknownst to him, several items he depends on from other academics to be facts are sadly outright fabrications: 1. There is no *safin- in Etruscan, a word conjectured from an Italic ethnonym.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Second, unbeknownst to him, several items he depends on from other academics to be facts are sadly outright fabrications: 1. There is no *safin- in Etruscan, a word conjectured from an Italic ethnonym.

    Imaginary "/f/-aspiration" in Etruscan

  • Every film, he conjectured, is made in different stages and the first stagewhich is so greatis when you dream and theorize about what film you can make.

    GreenCine Daily: Interview. Guillermo Arriaga.

  • Everything I had conjectured is true, and the bond between them is indeed strong.

    It's Christmas On Hoth

  • Everything I had conjectured is true, and the bond between them is indeed strong.

    Archive 2005-04-24

  • Alas! if the average health of the consumers may be judged by the articles of largest consumption; if the secretions may be conjectured from the ingredients of the dishes that are found best suited to their palates; from all that I have seen, either of the banquet or the guests, I shall utter my Profaccia with a desponding sigh.

    Periodical Indigestion

  • Like this: it was "conjectured" -- though not established -- that Satan was originally an angel in heaven; that he fell; that he rebelled, and brought on a war; that he was defeated, and banished to perdition.

    Is Shakespeare Dead?

  • Like this: it was "conjectured" -- though not established -- that Satan was originally an angel in Heaven; that he fell; that he rebelled, and brought on a war; that he was defeated, and banished to perdition.

    What Is Man? and Other Essays

  • Like this: it was "conjectured" -- though not established -- that Satan was originally an angel in heaven; that he fell; that he rebelled, and brought on a war; that he was defeated, and banished to perdition.

    Is Shakespeare Dead? from my autobiography

  • He was bubbling over with excitement, because something that he had guessed - the mathematical term is "conjectured" - many years earlier had been proved, in complete logical rigour.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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