Example sentences for "conjecture"

coniunction; coniunx; coniure; conjectural; conjecturally; conjectured; conjectures; conjecturing; conjoin; conjoined

- How deepe this strooke into Mutio's hart, let them imagine that can
**conjecture**what jealousie is; insomuch that the olde doctor askte when should be the time. - This
**conjecture**must be true, else why did she play such a trick? - This portable usage gives support to Bailey's
**conjecture**that the Jamestown oven may have been used indoors in the winter and outdoors in the summer. - This led him to
**conjecture**that the oven, having similar ceramic qualities, was also a local product. - Your letters I have mostly received as well as others; from which I
**conjecture**that the man of law is either angry or busy. - We will admit him and set
**conjecture**at rest. - It is quite impossible now to
**conjecture**with certainty what that state of feeling and the general political circumstances at home and abroad may be at that time. - Aśvatarí ought to be the wife of one of the two, but I am not sure that this
**conjecture**is right. - But the poetic form of the section dealing with the court, and the fact that all it describes is expressed in the present tense, prevent us from pressing this
**conjecture**to a definite conclusion. - It is impossible to
**conjecture**what would have been the course of the religious history of the world if Jerusalem had been blotted out for ever at this period of the life of the city. - If it was to be sung antiphonally we may
**conjecture**that at these places a second chorus would break in. - Some have followed Bunsen in his
**conjecture**that Baruch the scribe may have been the author of the poems. - The discovery of a stone with a Venggi inscription has led to the
**conjecture**that the Hindu settlement to which we owe them, originated from the Priangan; other indications point to immigration directly from Southern India. - Heaps of debris round about lead to the
**conjecture**that the whole was encircled by a wall of brick and that the dwellings of the keepers or officiating priests were composed of the same material. - The style of writing justifies the
**conjecture**that the buildings date from about the year 800 and are consequently of one age with the Boro Budoor. - Caribbean Sea, he will perceive, that we are approaching Cape San Antonio, the south end of the island of Cuba; but he can scarcely
**conjecture**what sort of a cruise I had marked out for myself. - As the specific gravity of oil is considerably less than that of water, we can be at no loss to
**conjecture**why the monster has so bountiful a supply, nor why it is that it carries the supply in its head. - That I have not known, though I might
**conjecture**something like it," said Braithwaite. - We have no doubt that Lords and Commons will be blown up on the re-assembling of Parliament; and as an assurance that we do not speak upon
**conjecture**only, we beg to subjoin a portrait of the delinquent. - How far I was right in my
**conjecture**my readers will hereafter have an opportunity of determining. - But it may be urged, in reply to this, that the theoretic
**conjecture**often legitimately comes first. - In this dim twilight of
**conjecture**the searcher welcomes every gleam, and seeks to augment his light by indirect incidences. - They were one-sided in these matters: they omitted the process of induction, and substituted
**conjecture**for observation. - To be sure,
**conjecture**is abundant enough, but**conjecture**is not history. - Even legend fails us here, and groping
**conjecture**is at fault. - This is an important conclusion, with which our modern geographers are very ready to agree, though conjecture only can say to what extent it may have occurred.
- It is also only
**conjecture**when a famous passage of Firmicus Maternus (fourth century after Christ) is applied to the worship of Attis and to this part of it. - Indeed it was a rather mild case of that kind; and the
**conjecture**may be ventured that Paul was often very much more accommodating than the Decree would demand. - From its position, we may
**conjecture**that the forum was originally a place of meeting common to the inhabitants of the Sabine town on the Quirinal, and the Latin town on the Palatine hill. - And, whatever the merit of his conjectures, he was at any rate the first to show what conjecture could do towards restoring a hopelessly corrupt passage.
- Whatever may be said as to his taste or his judgment, it seems that he was both careful and scrupulous, and that he only resorted to
**conjecture**when authority failed him. - Antiquarian discoveries in the vicinity of Etaples have led to the conjecture that it occupies the site of the Gallo-Roman port of Quentovicus.
- I say "clearly," because one paradoxical
**conjecture**cannot obtain support from others. - Being as ignorant of what hieroglyphs tell as the man who died when Champollion was born, I do not venture a
**conjecture**on the significance or value of the "cartouches" inscribed on the plane surface of the Scarabæus. - But after a while we are aware of some potent influence undermining our self-satisfaction; we begin to
**conjecture**that the great cataract does not exist by virtue of our approval, and to feel that it will not cease when we go away. - When she got off with her chaperone at one of the poorest-looking country landings, she left them in hopeless
**conjecture**about her. - Conde de Valencia to hazard the
**conjecture**that the armourer may have been one of the Petits, who served Louis XIII. - The Conde hazards a
**conjecture**that it was named after a gentleman called Guillen Lobera, who is referred to in the memoirs of Jaime I. - I know, however, far too little of the topography of this glacier to advance such a
**conjecture**with any confidence. - It is impossible to
**conjecture**what would have been the effects on the climate of northern India and central Asia under these conditions.

The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "conjecture" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.

ascribe; assumption; axiom; believe; conjecture; decide; deem; divine; estimate; expect; expectation; fancy; feel; forecast; guess; guesswork; hunch; hypothesis; ideal; imagine; inference; judge; opinion; perhaps; postulate; predict; prediction; premise; presume; presumption; presuppose; presupposition; proposition; reckon; shot; speculation; stab; suggest; suppose; supposing; supposition; surmise; theorem; theorize; theory; thesis; think; understand