[ thee-uh-ret-iks ]
/ ˌθi əˈrɛt ɪks /
noun (used with a singular verb)
the theoretical or speculative part of a science or subject.
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Examples from the Web for theoretics
They mean the actual progress of the race in tangible items of daily living and not the theoretics of barren disputation.The Art of Public Speaking|Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
British Dictionary definitions for theoretics
/ (ˌθɪəˈrɛtɪks) /
(functioning as singular or plural) the theory of a particular subjectAlso called (less commonly): theoretic
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