hypothesize hypothesize  /haɪ ˈpɑ θə ˌsaɪz/


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


  1. That leads the authors to hypothesize that statins may benefit the body in many different ways.
  2. The authors hypothesize that the decline in breast cancer rates was largely due to the sudden stoppage of hormone therapy.
  3. Cockroaches, they hypothesize, use just two pieces of information to decide where to go: how dark it is and how many of their friends are there.


  • Shock-O-Rama: Top 5 Zombie Kills

    Zombies- still the hot commodity of the horror machine (although possessed children are gaining a strong foot hold). Perhaps one of the reasons we find them so engaging as an audience is the ability to hypothesize various survival scenarios. Where would you go; how would you arm yourself...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Mania

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