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Another word for conjecture

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Noun
  1. Abstract reasoning

      1. A set of statements or principles devised to explain a group of facts or phenomena, especially one that has been repeatedly tested or is widely accepted and can be used to make predictions about natural phenomena.
      2. The branch of a science or art consisting of its explanatory statements, accepted principles, and methods of analysis, as opposed to practice:
      3. A set of theorems that constitute a systematic view of a branch of mathematics.
      1. Reasoning based on inconclusive evidence; conjecture or supposition.
      2. A conclusion, opinion, or theory reached by conjecture.
      3. Contemplation or consideration of a subject; meditation.
  2. A judgment, estimate, or opinion arrived at by guessing

    See also:

    opinion

Verb
  1. To draw an inference on the basis of inconclusive evidence or insufficient information

      1. To make a judgment about (something) without sufficient evidence; guess:
      2. To say (something) as a guess or conjecture.
      3. To make a guess or conjecture.
      1. To assume to be true or real for the sake of argument or explanation:
      2. To believe, especially on uncertain or tentative grounds:
      3. To consider to be probable or likely:
      1. To engage in a course of reasoning often based on inconclusive evidence; conjecture or theorize.
      2. To engage in the buying or selling of a commodity with an element of risk on the chance of profit.
      3. To assume to be true without conclusive evidence:
      1. To conclude from evidence or by reasoning:
      2. To involve by logical necessity; entail:
      3. To indicate indirectly; imply.
      1. To predict (a result or an event) without sufficient information.
      2. To assume, presume, or assert (a fact) without sufficient information.
      3. To form a correct estimate or conjecture of:
    See also:

    opinion

Another word for conjecture

Noun
      1. To predict (a result or an event) without sufficient information.
      2. To assume, presume, or assert (a fact) without sufficient information.
      3. To form a correct estimate or conjecture of:
      1. A set of statements or principles devised to explain a group of facts or phenomena, especially one that has been repeatedly tested or is widely accepted and can be used to make predictions about natural phenomena.
      2. The branch of a science or art consisting of its explanatory statements, accepted principles, and methods of analysis, as opposed to practice:
      3. A set of theorems that constitute a systematic view of a branch of mathematics.
      1. The act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true.
      2. The act of reasoning from factual knowledge or evidence.
      3. Something inferred.
Verb
      1. To make a judgment about (something) without sufficient evidence; guess:
      2. To say (something) as a guess or conjecture.
      3. To make a guess or conjecture.
      1. To engage in a course of reasoning often based on inconclusive evidence; conjecture or theorize.
      2. To engage in the buying or selling of a commodity with an element of risk on the chance of profit.
      3. To assume to be true without conclusive evidence:
      1. To assume to be true or real for the sake of argument or explanation:
      2. To believe, especially on uncertain or tentative grounds:
      3. To consider to be probable or likely: