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  • noun Plural form of hypothetical.

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Examples

  • As far as Lamoriello is concerned, then, there's no point in discussing what he called "hypotheticals"—the possibility that the Devils might soon have to replace Brodeur.

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  • State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland similarly declined to be drawn on what she termed "hypotheticals - if X, then Y - on the part of the United States."

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  • Yet, strangely, the godfather of this genre of snuff hypotheticals is one of the most popular and populist writers in Britain, who once served as a deputy chairman of the Conservative party.

    The Taking of Prince Harry and the limits of TV drama

  • Great ... another Cheney who only argues in hypotheticals because the truth is too hard to justify.

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  • Goodell said he wouldn't deal in hypotheticals regarding further reports of misconduct by the two-time Super Bowl winner, who will forfeit more than $2.8 million in salary.

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  • What I did say is that Sen. Clinton during the summer gave folks lectures about how you shouldn't engage in hypotheticals and that we should be careful about what we say when we're presidential candidates.

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  • The few players now trying to stir up controversy around player releases are lost in hypotheticals - not reality.

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  • The few players now trying to stir up controversy around player releases are lost in hypotheticals - not reality.

    In Exile: 33 posts from December 2005

  • Awwww, but being coy and speaking in hypotheticals has so much more humour value ...

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  • The few players now trying to stir up controversy around player releases are lost in hypotheticals - not reality.

    In Exile

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