Examples of theorize in a Sentence
Many scientists have theorized about the possibility of life on other planets.
Recent Examples of theorize from the Web
And fans have theorized — and the show has heavily hinted — that Jon’s father is Rhaegar Targaryen, who is Daenerys’ eldest brother.
Some have theorized that Soderbergh’s wife, former E! host and novelist Jules Asner, might have written it, or Soderbergh himself.
Biologists theorize that the gravitational pull of the moon activates smaller organisms, setting off a domino effect up the food chain.
Gardner declined to theorize on why Trump is so hesitant to speak up in specific terms.
Climatologists and other researchers have theorized that intensified dust storms or heat waves linked to global warming can fuel Valley Fever infection.
Remember the internet's collective fan-theorizing about Zendaya's character in the new Spider-Man: Homecoming?
The researchers theorized that clusters of small holes present in diseases such as smallpox, measles, typhus, and others could cause an outsized reaction for trypophobes who saw similar patterns in everyday objects.
Kinney theorizes the photo was taken before 1943 because the United States conducted more than 30 bombing runs on Jaluit in 1943-44.
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THEORIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of theorize for English Language Learners
: to think of or suggest ideas about what is possibly true or real : to form or suggest a theory about something
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