hypothesise hypothesise


  • (v) to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds


  1. "I don't hypothesise about how votes will go in parliament predicated on a Labor victory," Mr Howard said. "I don't intend to allow Labor to win on Saturday. I'm making sure in my final days in this campaign to deny Labor that victory.
    on Nov 19, 2007 By: John Howard Source: Camden Advertiser

  2. "Ronaldo to return? We are not sure about January but who knows in future," Galliani told AGI. "You never know what can happen in football but for now it's not possible to hypothesise."
    on Dec 8, 2008 By: Adriano Galliani Source: Goal.com

  3. "We will miss Julian because he is a calm, experienced player, the sort you want in the squad," said Vickery. "I will be speaking to him and at the moment I can only hypothesise why he has made this decision. I was surprised but you have to...
    on Jul 12, 2007 By: Phil Vickery Source: guardian.co.uk

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untenable untenable
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