Noun(1) a hypothetical possibility, circumstance, statement, proposal, situation, etc.
Adjective(1) based primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence
(1) It is Stoic logic and Boethius's relations to it which give his treatise On hypothetical syllogisms its special interest.(2) For illustrative purposes, various hypothetical cases of age-related cognitive decline will be described and discussed.(3) Estimates that do exist are based on hypothetical projections from local investigations with questionable validity.(4) He is good at imagining the details of these hypothetical lives.(5) On this I will defend the use of hypothetical philosophical thought experiments.(6) That hypothetical intra-mercurial planet was labeled Vulcan, even though it had yet to be found.(7) This is the only point in the Socratic Dialogue where hypothetical situations are allowed.(8) They compared the difficulties of concrete versus abstract and factual versus hypothetical contexts for word problems.(9) But any thoughts of expanding the program are ├ö├ç├┐based on hypothetical funding,├ö├ç├û Cecire said.(10) For instance, suppose - as a hypothetical - that a woman says she was not hired for a particular job due to sex discrimination.(11) What of hypothetical propositions like if it is raining now, then either it is raining or it is snowing?(12) In the circumstances, I am unwilling to express a conclusion based on a hypothetical view of the evidence in respect of an issue now academic.(13) However, the onlap interpretation is based on hypothetical time lines in unstudied locations.(14) And that's assuming some hypothetical ideal of day care.(15) This term reflects the fact that he developed it through reflection on John Rawls' account of justice as grounded on a hypothetical social contract.(16) Her discussion of a hypothetical planet perturbing Uranus in the sixth edition of this work led Adams to his investigation and subsequent discovery of Neptune.
1. theoretical ::
2. speculative ::
4. conjectural ::
5. notional ::
7. supposed ::
8. putative ::
9. assumed ::
10. academic ::
1. actual ::
2. factual ::
3. real ::
Different Formshypothetical, hypothetically
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