hypotheses

[ hahy-poth-uh-sis, hi- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypotheses

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(Compare the hypotheses and images of Rep.) It is true that it does not attain to the clearness of ideas.

Three hypotheses have been advanced regarding the Dhlodhlo building.

It is a mistake to suppose that Buffon was par excellence a maker of hypotheses.

For the factors of the transformation he refers to Lamarck's hypotheses.

The hypotheses of symbolism are even worse; for these may lead to anything.

To the extent that our experience is limited, to that extent our hypotheses will be limited and faulty.

To supply this explanation, two, and only two, hypotheses are in the field.

The objects of our research are expressed as problems (or hypotheses).

We may now consider the evidence in favour of or against the three hypotheses.

Every one of these hypotheses can allege facts in its favor.