verb (used without object), the·o·rized, the·o·riz·ing.
verb (used with object), the·o·rized, the·o·riz·ing.
Origin of theorize
Related Words for theorizespeculate, conjecture, formulate, suggest, guess, submit, project, suppose, propound, think
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Contemporary Examples of theorize
They theorize, however, that it may bring out the disease's symptoms early in young people who are genetically predisposed to it.Bullying's Hidden Danger
June 1, 2009
Some theorize the 51-year-old Kennedy was in the grip of a midlife crisis.The Real Reasons Caroline Didn't Make It
January 23, 2009
Historical Examples of theorize
It is a capital mistake to theorize in advance of the facts.The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle
Yet we do know what happens, even if we do just theorize about why.Sense from Thought Divide
Mark Irvin Clifton
Men may theorize and speculate about their plans in America.
But it is not enough to theorize merely; there must be experiment and practice.History of Education
It may theorize, but never dogmatize, and it must demonstrate at every step.The New Avatar and The Destiny of the Soul
Jirah D. Buck