Examples of theorize in a Sentence
Many scientists have theorized about the possibility of life on other planets.
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At first, scientists theorized that this vehicle simply ran out of gas.
Some Reddit users theorize that the monster isn't Eleven exactly, but a projection of her subconscious.
Some, particularly on the left, have theorized that the right’s collective outburst about Clinton and Russia was timed to preempt Mueller’s first indictment, but there is no concrete evidence of that.
Historians theorize that zero was spread from northern India by Arab traders along the Silk Road, an ancient trading route that connected Europe and Asia, and may have helped to develop more complex schools of mathematical thought.
The existence of gravitational waves was first theorized by Albert Einstein a century ago.
One fan on Tumblr theorizes that one of the characters Swift portrays in the video -- a girl wearing a hoodie -- is a gamer, and the glowing robot Taylor is her character inside the game.
That’s not surprising: Many linguists have suggested that verbs tend to become more regular over time, perhaps because, like Darwin theorized, these forms are just easier to learn.
Based on their results, the researchers theorize that pre-birth exposure to air pollution may lead to negative health consequences later in life.
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