Examples of theorize in a Sentence
Many scientists have theorized about the possibility of life on other planets.
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These invisible ripples, called gravitational waves and first theorized by Albert Einstein, first burst into science’s view to great fanfare in February 2016 after a new $1.1 billion international experiment went online.
Dr. Eugene Parker, the probe’s namesake and the the University of Chicago physicist who theorized the existence of the solar wind in a 1958 paper, told reporters.
But Democrats theorize that Gibbs is vulnerable if there is a backlash to Trump and congressional Republicans, if the right candidate steps up.
That happens, theorizes Regan, because music links a person’s intellect and emotions.
This is a cellular stress response that suramin is theorized to inhibit.
March Burkman pushes another conspiracy theory Conspiracists theorized that the Clinton campaign and the DNC were connected to Rich’s slaying.
Persinger theorizes, for example, that just prior to earthquakes there are deformations in the natural EM field caused by the intense pressure change in the tectonic plates below.
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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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