verb (used without object), the·o·rized, the·o·riz·ing.
verb (used with object), the·o·rized, the·o·riz·ing.
Related formsthe·o·ri·za·tion, nounthe·o·riz·er, nouno·ver·the·o·ri·za·tion, nouno·ver·the·o·rize, verb (used without object), o·ver·the·o·rized, o·ver·the·o·riz·ing.
Examples from the Web for theorize
They theorize, however, that it may bring out the disease's symptoms early in young people who are genetically predisposed to it.
Some theorize the 51-year-old Kennedy was in the grip of a midlife crisis.
It is less easy to verify mental development than to theorize upon it, yet verification may not be impossible!Modern Skepticism|C. J. Ellicott
He then proceeds to theorize, hand in hand with the paleontologist, or student of ancient life.Unexplored!|Allen Chaffee
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
It has always been the custom to theorize much and unfortunately to observe but little.Makers of Modern Medicine|James J. Walsh
And anyway it's a mistake to theorize much until we know more of the details.The Come Back|Carolyn Wells