Also especially British, the·o·rise.
Origin of theorize
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Examples from the Web for theorise
Of course I can theorise it now perfectly, and practise it at periods.The Hive
Will Levington Comfort
You must acquire all the facts, before you can be qualified to theorise.
I must sprawl and flounder, comment and theorise, if I am to get the thing out I have in mind.Tono Bungay
H. G. Wells
We can all theorise, and lay down the law; the tug comes when we begin to act.Lady Cassandra
Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
But it is unlikely that he attempted to theorise further on the nature of the power.Oxford Lectures on Poetry
Andrew Cecil Bradley
- (intr) to produce or use theories; speculate
Word Origin and History for theorise
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