speculation

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  • This practice has led to much speculation about who may be a member.
  • How they developed in the first place is still a matter of speculation.
  • Current knowledge of this period remains a matter more of speculation than of established fact.
  • This news came after there has been speculations of him leaving the show earlier.
  • The high quality of the art work caused some speculations of its production place.
  • The work done on it has mainly served to rule out various speculations.
  • However, there has been academic speculation as to who actually wrote this book.
  • However, critical and public speculation has continued to focus on her mental health.
  • There have been numerous speculations written about the stone and its purpose.
  • Let us test the worth of these speculations in yet another way. Cited from Problems of Immanence, by J. Warschauer
  • The reason why some people do this is unknown, but some speculations have been offered.
  • There has been strong speculation that their relationship was more than friendship.
  • Speculations can be made from the remains of the church as to its original appearance.
  • The news caused interest from the media, and led to speculation about the band's future.
  • This has led to speculation that the island was discovered by a previous expedition.
  • Since the start of pre-production, the project has faced several speculations regarding its title.
  • The other reviews generally joined in speculation about how the new work would influence the course of musical theatre.
  • This has led to speculation of major changes for the state.
  • He was also involved in various speculations that included considerable land sales.
  • However, how active many members were remains open to speculation.
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Words starting with speculation

Meaning of speculation

  • noun A hypothesis that has been formed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence)
    speculations about the outcome of the election, he dismissed it as mere conjecture
  • noun An investment that is very risky but could yield great profits
    he knew the stock was a speculation when he bought it