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The resulting increased radiation could have led to the demise of many shallow-water organisms, the team speculated.

They’d continue to speculate together about their significance and connections to archetypes.

So, like NBCUniversal’s deal with Roku to finally distribute Peacock on the latter’s CTV platform, we’re left to largely speculate over who had to make what compromises to make WarnerMedia’s service available on Amazon’s platform.

From Digiday

Fadi Quran, a campaign director at the left-leaning group Avaaz, which researches misinformation, speculated Facebook’s ad hoc efforts to step up punishments for repeat offenders were starting to have a broader impact.

As for why the Justice Department didn’t name the individual, the source speculated it was because the person could be at risk of violent retaliation from criminals tied to the Silk Road.

From Fortune

The CID speculated that the woman was confirming who lived there before planting a homemade nail bomb.

Some have speculated that cessation of CPR decreases pressure in the chest cavity, allowing blood to return to the heart.

This last group, Beck speculated, was surely in New York City.

Long speculated to be a UFO research center, Burlington has been the subject of rampant conspiracies for decades.

They speculated in their articles, dragged everybody through the mud.

Aristide looked mournfully over the rain-swept common through the leaded panes, and speculated on the enigma of woman.

Georges d'Estourny speculated on the Bourse with money obtained from "kept" women who trusted in him.

The Thirty-six watched and waited, and speculated upon the threatened disaster.

So, as he satisfied the cravings of man within, he speculated upon the possibility of danger for man without.

They speculated as to the origins of political and social institutions and the laws of human progress.


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to speculated, such as: guess, read, hypothesize, wonder, reflect, and contemplate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.