If we add them conjecturally we shall produce an historical novel.
Some ages ago an adept seeking this and that of them conjecturally, had reply, 'Lo!
The subjects, although not scriptural, are conjecturally true.
It has been traced certainly to the 13th, and conjecturally to the 12th century.
This is not signed by Redford; it is only conjecturally his.
I have endeavoured to explain away the strange orthography, and I have conjecturally supplied the last line.
We can answer that question only conjecturally, only from what we know of his general character.
I have conjecturally assigned a good many of them to the year 1806.
But these two main divisions can often be only conjecturally separated, and graduate, as we shall presently see, into each other.
Some parts of this inscription might be conjecturally supplied; but I prefer presenting it as I was able to transcribe it.