## Conjecture Sentence Examples

- As this business was to be entered into without the usual capital, it may not be easy to
**conjecture**where those means, that will still be indispensable to every such undertaking, were to be obtained. - Its invocation with the other nakshatras, remoteness from the ecliptic notwithstanding, was thus due (according to Max Miiller's plausible
**conjecture**)' to its being regarded as of especially good omen. - These may have been Puka Puka of the Tuamotu Archipelago and Flint Island; but it may be stated here that the identification of islands sighted by the early explorers is often a matter of
**conjecture**, and that therefore some islands of which the definite discovery must be dated much later had in fact been seen by Europeans at this early period. - They only
**conjectured**that it had been lifted and thrown heavily. - Rostov watched his enemy, the colonel, closely--to find in his face confirmation of his own
**conjecture**, but the colonel did not once glance at Rostov, and looked as he always did when at the front, solemn and stern. - This view rests almost entirely on
**conjecture**; there is no good evidence to show that there was any organic connexion between gilds and municipal government in England before the coming of the Normans. - With the exception of Babylonia and Assyria, we can hardly even
**conjecture**what was the condition of this continent much before i 50o B.C. At that period the Chinese were advancing along the Hwang-ho, and the Aryans were entering India from the northwest. - Definite confirmation of this
**conjecture**is afforded us by later sources of the Iranian religion, in which we likewise meet with the characteristic fundamental doctrine of Gnosticism. - These two authors also
**conjectured**many of the properties of Brownian motion. - If a
**conjecture**is realized it is very difficult to see how it remains a**conjecture**. - 27) says that Pericles took " some " prerogatives from the Areopagus; this looks like a
**conjecture**based on Arist. - A third
**conjecture**is that it commemorates the expulsion of the Danes from Moray in 1014. - The comparative feebleness of the style has led to the
**conjecture**that, even if the basis of the prophecy be Isaianic, yet in its present form it must have undergone the manipulation of a scribe. - A plausible
**conjecture**makes him enter the house of the Dominicans at Paris between 1215 and 1220, from which place a second**conjecture**carries him to the Dominican monastery founded at Beauvais in 1228-29. - Since Jerome was born in Pannonia we may
**conjecture**that he is inserting Nicene phrases from the Jerusalem creed into his baptismal creed, and 1 It is probable that " one " has dropped out of the first clause. - It seems bold to
**conjecture**that the Minaeans were in accord with the Romans under Aelius Gallus, yet it is noteworthy that no Minaean town is named among the cities which that general destroyed, though ruin fell on Nask and Kamna, which lie inside the Minaean territory. - We may
**conjecture**that it was founded by settlers from Babylonia Nina, and the statement that Nimrod founded it from Babylonia, along with Calah, Rehoboth-Ir and Resen, shows that this opinion was early held. - Nineveh, according to Herodotus, was besieged by Cyaxares and the Medes but saved by Madyes and the Scythians some twenty or more years before the Medes in alliance with Nabopolassar, king of Babylon, finally took it, c. 606 B.C. Much
**conjecture**has been lavished upon the varying accounts which have reached us of the capture, but it seems probable that a heavy flood or the besiegers burst the great dam and while thus emptying the moats launched a flood against the west wall on the inside and thus breached the defences. - It is a reasonable
**conjecture**that this extraordinary relic of barbarism was characteristic of the earlier stratum of the population who presumably called themselves Arici. - Concerning the origin of knighthood or chivalry as it existed in the middle ages - implying as it did a formal assumption of and initiation into the profession of arms - nothing beyond more or less probable
**conjecture**is possible. - That Sir Harris Nicolas is accurate in this
**conjecture**seems probable from the selection which was made of the " founder knights." - 955); there was an Alexandrian tradition that he was one of the servants at the miracle of Cana of Galilee, that he was the "man bearing a pitcher of water" in whose house the last supper was prepared, and that he was also the owner of the house in which the disciples met on the evening of the resurrection (Renaudot, loc. cit.); and even in modern times there has been the
**conjecture**that he was the "certain young man" who "fled naked" from Gethsemane, Mark xiv. - 3 give the consequent properties of the matrix, and GAF, RS and VU give, partly from
**conjecture**, the properties of the cast iron as a whole. - Klostermann's
**conjecture**that the original name of his home was Jabesh-Gilead is attractive but unnecessary. - Flechier, in his account of the Grands Jours at Clermont many years after, speaks of a "belle savante" in whose company Pascal had frequently been - a trivial mention on which, as on many other trivial points of scantily known lives, the most childish structures of comment and
**conjecture**have been based. - Hence
**conjecture**, or at least inference, must always enter largely into any estimate of Pascal, except a purely literary one. - The fact that different epistles are prefixed to the same work leads him to
**conjecture**"that there were two editions made of the Acts of Peter (his usual title for the collection), but in course of time the one perished and that of Clement prevailed." - This remark applies even to the ingenious
**conjecture**of Sprenger, that the letters vax.;. - And it is a plausible
**conjecture**that the vegetation of the globe had already in its main features been constituted at this period much as it exists at the present moment. - Buckland's
**conjecture**that they were of faecal origin, and similar to the album grecum or excrement of hyaenas, was confirmed by Dr W. - In any case the orbits of comets are exposed to such tremendous perturbations from the planets that it is unsafe from the present orbit of a comet to
**conjecture**what that orbit may have been in remote antiquity.