a matter of conjecture

Definition of a matter of conjecture

  1. —used to say that something is based on an idea formed without proof or sufficient evidence Her plans for the election are still a matter of conjecture.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  a subject under consideration

    :  a subject of disagreement or litigation

    :  the events or circumstances of a particular situation

  1. :  to form or discharge pus :  suppurate

    :  to be of importance :  signify

  1. :  interpretation of omens

    :  supposition

    :  inference formed without proof or sufficient evidence

  1. :  to arrive at or deduce by surmise or guesswork :  guess

    :  to make conjectures as to

    :  to form conjectures

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to cast off or become cast off

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