hypothetic hypothetic


  • (adj) based primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence


  • League City council changes budget process after fight

    LEAGUE CITY — Only five days after a private meeting in League City’s city manager’s office led to a fistfight between councilmen , League City is changing its approach to its budget.   Click here to read more from the Galveston County Daily News. The city council had been working through a series of meetings with individual departments to discuss what a hypothetic 3.5 percent cut to their ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: KHOU 11 Houston


  1. "I'm confident that the President of Ukraine made decision to announce a snap poll, in order to destroy the democratic government at any price, and, by doing so, to destroy me as a hypothetic rival at the regular presidential election", Yulia...
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Yulia Tymoshenko Source: UNIAN News Agency

  2. But as Kundera says here in his defense of "thinking novels," novelistic thought "does not proclaim truths; it questions, it marvels, it plumbs; its form is highly diverse: metaphoric, ironic, hypothetic, hyperbolic, aphoristic, droll, provocative,...
    on Feb 17, 2007 By: Milan Kundera Source: AlterNet

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adulterate adulterate
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