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- theoretical arithmetic,
Origin of theoretical
Examples from the Web for theoretically
We could theoretically cause a lot of damage should we take that route.
Theoretically, the ship can take on all comers in the air, sea, underwater or on land.Can the Navy's $12 Billion Stealth Destroyer Stay Afloat?|Dave Majumdar|October 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He could, theoretically, present himself as a model citizen who made a mistake while obscuring what the mistakes been.
And so theoretically they could have gone out and made the film without ever being in touch with me.A Trailblazer in YA Dystopian Fiction: An Interview With 'The Giver' Author Lois Lowry|Marianne Hayes|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You can (theoretically) create a good movie with Kickstarter donations; you can also create a bad one.
Because this fact is theoretically true, it is not practically true also.The Problems of Psychical Research|Hereward Carrington
Practically you detest me, but theoretically you love me à la Thinkright.The Opened Shutters|Clara Louise Burnham
Theoretically we would expect this wing to be much later in time than the buildings on the mound.The Prehistoric World|E. A. Allen
And as a philosopher he was right; theoretically it would be possible.Common Science|Carleton W. Washburne
Theoretically yardmen, section men, tower men and all others should be always prepared for extra trains.Letters from an Old Railway Official|Charles DeLano Hine
1610s, from Late Latin theoreticus "of or pertaining to theory," from Greek theoretikos "contemplative, pertaining to theory" (by Aristotle contrasted to praktikos), from theoretos "that may be seen or considered," from theorein "to consider, look at" (see theory). Related: Theoretically.