Examples of hypothesize in a Sentence
Psychologists hypothesized that his odd behavior was caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain.
if we hypothesize that current population trends continue for the next 50 years
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Drawing on evidence that up to 35% of children with food allergies have a form of eczema, researchers hypothesized that these immune responses trace back to the skin.
Some scientists have hypothesized that humans were once on the cusp of being aquatic.
So far, Weiss and his colleagues hypothesize that a specific sensory system may be key to the resistance trick.
Until now, researchers had hypothesized but not confirmed why some children recovered while others died from cerebral malaria.
The ability to withstand a more varied diet could be one feature that helped the bugs adapt, the researchers hypothesized.
Some hypothesize that the disparity in standardized test scores may explain the income gap.
Materials scientist Jiaxing Huang and his research team recently published a study in the journal Chem hypothesizing that a naturally black carbon material, graphene, can be used as a successful hair dyeing agent.
The two are roaming the streets, looking for Kate and hypothesizing all the ways the wedding could turn into a disaster.
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HYPOTHESIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hypothesize for English Language Learners
: to suggest (an idea or theory) : to make or suggest (a hypothesis)
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