Origin of conjectural
Examples from the Web for conjecturally
A reprint of some of Dr Phaers remedies and preservatives, without date, is conjecturally assigned to the year 1601.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
What are the sentiments of Congress on this subject, and what line they will pursue, can only be stated, conjecturally.
This is not signed by Redford; it is only conjecturally his.
Formerly ascribed to Cosimo Rosselli, the picture is now conjecturally attributed to Botticini (for whom see under 1126).
We can answer that question only conjecturally, only from what we know of his general character.The Expositor's Bible: The First Book of Samuel|W. G. Blaikie
British Dictionary definitions for conjecturally
Word Origin and History for conjecturally
1550s, from Latin conjecturalis "belonging to conjecture," from conjectura (see conjecture). Related: Conjecturally (mid-15c.).