speculative

[ spek-yuh-ley-tiv, -luh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF speculative

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When the boy got through, he cast a speculative glance at the carpetbag.

Error in speculative doctrine not impious - nor knowledge pious.

You must not get the foolish notion that any man has a speculative eye on me, because it is not true.

But if the price goes down, the buyer sustains a speculative loss.

Speculative or theoretic knowledge is divided into abstract and concrete.

This opposition is carried out from a speculative point of view in the Philebus.

Such contracts in effect remove the necessity of a speculative middleman.

The Padre looked into the strong young face with a speculative glance.

She lifted her eyes and considered him with the speculative candour of a child.

Hugh saw it, and became both distressed and speculative in consequence.

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