from The Century Dictionary.
- Practising or intended for oversight or outlook; overseeing; overlooking; viewing.
- Given to, or of the nature or character of, speculation; speculative.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Intended or adapted for viewing or espying; having oversight.
- adjective Exercising speculation; speculative.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Intended or adapted for viewing or
espying; having oversight.
- adjective Exercising speculation;
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My take on Flower is strictly speculatory, as I haven't played the game yet.
I'll bring it up again after the next speculatory crash.
To be honest nothing has been proven about Mr. Johnson's mortage at Countrywide. .it's still speculatory.
Only take news straight from Summit's mouth as valid, and place any other information that you might here as speculatory until proven other wise.
Thanks so much for the links to the WSJ story pumping up the speculatory frenzy over the conference call at the center of Blagopaylooza (my "Name the Scandal" entry, btw) and the Politico "story" about that upright paragon of moral rectitude David Vitter's plan to call Bill to testify at Hillary's confirmation hearing.
Is all of this speculatory I guess at this stage until we really learn what the cause of death is, or as much as we can about the cause of death?
TANTAROS: If that was in a court of law, that question would have been thrown out because it would have been speculatory.
In fact, the village-leasehold system was in the midst of a classic speculatory bubble.
On a personal level, I believe in reincarnation and the basic spiritualities common to all religions, but on a social level I keep those purely speculatory beliefs out of equation because they do no good.
The official line from Silverfish TV is that they registered Gordon Brown leadership domains entirely off their own back as speculatory money makers.