## Use conjecture in a sentence

### Sentences starting with conjecture

**Conjecture**as to the authorship ran about like wild-fire. [14]

### Sentences ending with conjecture

- Is about forty-five years old, I
**conjecture.**[6] - I shall go to the office of Jacob Penhallow, Esquire, and there make one of two communications to him; to wit, these papers and the facts connected therewith, or another statement, the nature of which you may perhaps
**conjecture.**[6] - He apparently resolved to launch himself upon
**conjecture.**[8] - I have repeatedly thought that each grand coup de theatre would be the last that would occur in my time; but each has been succeeded by another equally striking; and what will be the next, who can
**conjecture?**[4] - Barbara instantly noticed this, and it confirmed her
**conjecture.**[10] - The tumult of the place had died down, for men were gathering in the houses to discuss and
**conjecture.**[9] - This was the testimony of men who had made no experiment, only
**conjecture.**[7] - What he had supposed her to be must remain a matter of
**conjecture.**[9] - It seems a safe
**conjecture.**[9] - Still, this is only
**conjecture.**[5]

### More example sentences with the word conjecture in them

- The result not yet being known,
**conjecture**in regard to it is not here indulged. [7] - I find myself wholly unable to form any
**conjecture**of what fact or facts, real or supposed, you spoke; but my opinion of your veracity will not permit me for a moment to doubt that you at least believed what you said. [7] - One gets such wholesale returns of
**conjecture**out of such a trifling investment of fact. [5] - The peculiar charm which her individuality thus obtained corresponded with the idea which the monarch himself had formed of the expected guest, and it flattered him to hear his
**conjecture**so remarkably confirmed. [10] - How they lived was a matter of
**conjecture,**though the mother gathered herbs and berries and bartered them at the village store, and Murad occasionally took a hand in some neighbor's hay-field, or got a job of chopping wood in the winter. [4] - For more than two months Cauchon had been raking and scraping everywhere for any odds and ends of evidence or suspicion or
**conjecture**that might be usable against Joan, and carefully suppressing all evidence that came to hand in her favor. [5] - They are connected together and harmonized by the help of suggestion,
**conjecture,**innuendo, perversion, and semi-suppression. [5] - Sometimes it occurred to Natasha that he did not wish to see her, and this
**conjecture**was confirmed by the sad tone in which her elders spoke of him. [2] - Her father was the only person who had understood it, but she was not mistaken in the
**conjecture**that it referred to her and the Swiss knight, and she believed it to be base and spiteful. [10] - Her heart, at the mere
**conjecture,**turned to stone. [9] - Pressed to name the exact spot, they could only
**conjecture,**but near enough to be heard on the crossing. [9] - We may
**conjecture**that she was. [5] - We may
**conjecture**that it announced some fact, which had leaked out a little prematurely, relating to the issue of the great land-case in which the firm was interested. [6] - The look and style of his comrades suggested that they had not come into the war to play, and their deeds made good the
**conjecture**later. [5] - It was pretty safe to assume that intimate relations would spring up between some members of our mixed company; and it was not rash
**conjecture**that some of these intimacies might end in such attachment as would furnish us hints, at least, of a love-story. [6] - His
**conjecture**was right--blasting-time had come. [5] - Mrs. Smith at once admitted that her
**conjecture**was right, and said that they had wished her to go to the day's engagement before reading it. [14] - In the heart of this man well on toward thirty there had never been left the stain of a base thought; not that suggestion and
**conjecture**had not visited him, but that he had not entertained them, or in any-wise made them his. [8] - To the glory of Rome and to your health, Publius Cornelius Scipio, and to our last critical
**conjecture,**my Aristarchus--to subtle thinking and deep drinking! [10] - With swift presence of mind he sprang from his horse and found his
**conjecture**verified. [10] - What we need, now, is a misleading
**conjecture.**[5] - Jorg's
**conjecture**did not deceive him, for as soon as Ulrich perceived that he had been betrayed into a trap, he had leaped into the open air. [10] - The doctor did not conceal his
**conjecture**from me. [10] - But this is my
**conjecture**only, and the social geography of London is a subject which only one who has become familiarly acquainted with the place should speak of with any confidence. [6] - Shouts of joy mingled with yells of fury; and awakened the
**conjecture**that the sea had washed some specially valuable prize ashore. [10] - The captain was made to tarry and sup with his Excellency and my grandfather, and I sat perforce a fourth at the table, scarce daring to
**conjecture**as to the outcome of my escapade. [9] - Why Pocahontas had left Werowocomoco and gone to stay with Patowomek we can only
**conjecture.**[4] - Mrs. Holt's face left no room for
**conjecture**as to the character of its possessor. [9] - All these things led Pellicanus--so the jester was named--to make many a
**conjecture,**and he left none untried. [10] - Of course, this is mere
**conjecture**of mine. [4] - However, the Trust is composed of human beings; and this justifies the
**conjecture**that if it had a charity on its list which it was proud of, we should soon hear of it. [5] - However, the Trust is composed of human beings; and this justifies the
**conjecture**that if it had a charity on its list which it did not need to blush for, we should soon hear of it. [5] - So both agreed in the
**conjecture**that the messengers sent by the absent ones had been prevented from reaching their destination. [10] - In country villages, in remote farmhouses, this great social event was talked of, Henderson's wealth was the subject of
**conjecture,**Margaret's toilet was an object of interest. [4] - I was right in my
**conjecture.**[6] - This
**conjecture**flattered her vanity and reconciled her to the step which she had taken and already began to regret. [10] - Shall men who have taken no care, who
**conjecture,**some of whom speak of twenty miles an hour, be believed against those who have had such a favorable and well improved opportunity? [7] - What Tipton might have done when he swung to his new bearings is mere
**conjecture,**for Colonel Sevier himself stepped up on the porch, laid his hand on Temple's arm, and spoke to him in a low tone. [9] - The biographer follows Harriet's letter with a
**conjecture.**[5] - A
**conjecture,**which had been aroused since his conversation with Henrica, appeared to be confirmed; he seized the steward's arm so suddenly and unexpectedly, that the latter drew back, and continued eagerly: "What do you know of her? [10] - Harry and Laura had also been "interviewed" and there was a statement from Philip himself, which a reporter had knocked him up out of bed at midnight to give, though how he found him, Philip never could
**conjecture.**[5] - For once, a glance at the mountain sufficed him; and he directed his gaze through the trees at the Duncan house, engaging in a pleasant game of
**conjecture**as to which was her window. [9] - We have to fall back upon
**conjecture,**as our fabulist does when he has nothing more substantial to work with. [5] - The few meagre facts of Harriet Shelley's life, as furnished by the book, acquit her of offense; but by calling in the forbidden helps of rumor, gossip,
**conjecture,**insinuation, and innuendo he destroys her character and rehabilitates Shelley's--as he believes. [5] - Nevertheless, from the facts above alluded to, and from some connection apparently existing between complexion and a tendency to consumption, the
**conjecture**seemed to me not improbable. [1] - Rostov watched his enemy, the colonel, closely--to find in his face confirmation of his own
**conjecture,**but the colonel did not once glance at Rostov, and looked as he always did when at the front, solemn and stern. [2] - What He would do with the painted windows we can better
**conjecture**when we come presently to examine their peculiarities. [5] - At night the day's contribution of detraction, innuendo and malicious
**conjecture**would be canvassed in her mind, and then she would drift into a course of thinking. [5] - While the friends consulted together with lowered voices, their
**conjecture**became conviction that it was the Biamite's inextinguishable hate which had led her to the Gauls and induced her to share the attack upon the capital. [10] - If the terrible
**conjecture**which had just entered his mind should be confirmed, no course remained save to extinguish the only new light which now illumined the darkness of his night, or to become a cheat. [10] - I chance the
**conjecture**that it was Eliza who interfered with that game. [5] - I ceased to
**conjecture**here, dashed some water in my eyes, pulled myself together, and, seizing my hat, hurried out into the street. [9] - This
**conjecture**was confirmed on the following morning, for the blind man had himself led to the Greek necropolis to offer sacrifices to the gods of the nether world and to think of his friend. [10] - These indentations are common to the Indian and Javan peacocks (Pavo cristatus and P. muticus); and they seem to deserve particular attention, as probably connected with the development of the ocellus; but for a long time I could not
**conjecture**their meaning. [1] - The marriage was celebrated with great pomp, and the world could only
**conjecture**what she thought of the Vicomte. [9] - He and his band had been active enough in their visits to Glaze and Cottonwoods; they always had gold; but of late the amount gambled away and drunk and thrown away in the villages had given rise to much
**conjecture.**[13] - Honeymoons, after all, are matters of
**conjecture,**and what proportion of them contain disenchantments will never be known. [9] - Whether it had anything to do with the sounds I heard coming from his chamber, you can form your own opinion;--I have no other
**conjecture**to offer. [6] - The king, Phanes, and all the Persian dignitaries watched the old men with deep sympathy, and though the proofs of Bartja's innocence were as yet only founded on
**conjecture,**not one of those present doubted it one moment longer. [10] - His origin and ancestry were shrouded in mystery; even his age was a matter of pure
**conjecture.**[4] - Mr. Allen became a topic and a matter of
**conjecture.**[9] - I am at a loss to
**conjecture**from what source this rumour has come; and, I fear, it has far from a friendly origin. [14] - I was in a fire of
**conjecture.**[9] - He had formed a
**conjecture**about his projects early. [6] - For we have "evidence" now--not poetry and
**conjecture.**[5]

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