## EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONJECTURE

She discovered that Emma's conjecture had been only too correct.

He hesitated; then, "Well, go on with your conjecture," Rulledge said forgivingly.

Nor can I conjecture how far I strayed north or south from my course.

How had he never before chanced on a conjecture so probable?

She does not own, she has any authority for this, but her own conjecture.

It might, however, be of great importance to him to trace this conjecture to certainty.

The next Wednesday again will, I conjecture, be a hated day to us both.

It is almost impossible to conjecture what will be the basis of the settlement.

I only conjecture so—Did you ever feel the same transports I do?

The days and months passed, heartlessly confirming my conjecture, my belief.

## MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONJECTURE

### opinion

nounbelief- assessment
- assumption
- attitude
- conception
- conclusion
- conjecture
- estimate
- estimation
- eye
- fancy
- feeling
- guess
- hypothesis
- idea
- imagining
- impression
- inclination
- inference
- judgment
- mind
- notion
- persuasion
- point of view
- postulate
- presumption
- presupposition
- reaction
- say-so
- sentiment
- slant
- speculation
- supposition
- surmise
- suspicion
- take
- theorem
- theory
- thesis
- think
- thought
- view
- viewpoint

### opinions

nounbelief- assessment
- assumption
- attitude
- conception
- conclusion
- conjecture
- estimate
- estimation
- eye
- fancy
- feeling
- guess
- hypothesis
- idea
- imagining
- impression
- inclination
- inference
- judgment
- mind
- notion
- persuasion
- point of view
- postulate
- presumption
- presupposition
- reaction
- say-so
- sentiment
- slant
- speculation
- supposition
- surmise
- suspicion
- take
- theorem
- theory
- thesis
- think
- thought
- view
- viewpoint

### posited

verbsuppose### posits

verbsuppose### predict

verbexpress an outcome in advance- adumbrate
- anticipate
- augur
- be afraid
- call
- call it
- conclude
- conjecture
- croak
- crystal-ball divine
- envision
- figure
- figure out
- forebode
- forecast
- foresee
- forespeak
- foretell
- gather
- guess
- have a hunch
- hazard a guess
- infer
- judge
- make book
- omen
- portend
- presage
- presume
- prognosticate
- prophesy
- psych out
- read
- see coming
- see handwriting on wall
- size up
- soothsay
- suppose
- surmise
- telegraph
- think
- vaticinate

### predicted

verbexpress an outcome in advance- adumbrate
- anticipate
- augur
- be afraid
- call
- call it
- conclude
- conjecture
- croak
- crystal-ball divine
- envision
- figure
- figure out
- forebode
- forecast
- foresee
- forespeak
- foretell
- gather
- guess
- have a hunch
- hazard a guess
- infer
- judge
- make book
- omen
- portend
- presage
- presume
- prognosticate
- prophesy
- psych out
- read
- see coming
- see handwriting on wall
- size up
- soothsay
- suppose
- surmise
- telegraph
- think
- vaticinate

### predicting

verbexpress an outcome in advance- adumbrate
- anticipate
- augur
- be afraid
- call
- call it
- conclude
- conjecture
- croak
- crystal-ball divine
- envision
- figure
- figure out
- forebode
- forecast
- foresee
- forespeak
- foretell
- gather
- guess
- have a hunch
- hazard a guess
- infer
- judge
- make book
- omen
- portend
- presage
- presume
- prognosticate
- prophesy
- psych out
- read
- see coming
- see handwriting on wall
- size up
- soothsay
- suppose
- surmise
- telegraph
- think
- vaticinate

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