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The Mill on the Floss
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conjecture
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The Mill on the Floss
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  • His conjecture was fulfilled, and he waited for her at the gate.
  • Mors omnibus est communis would have been jejune, only she liked to know the Latin; but the fortunate gentleman whom every one congratulated because he had a son "endowed with such a disposition" afforded her a great deal of pleasant conjecture, and she was quite lost in the "thick grove penetrable by no star," when Tom called out,— "Now, then, Magsie, give us the Grammar!"
  • Tom did not hear the gate; he was just then close upon the roaring dam; but he presently turned, and lifting up his eyes, saw the figure whose worn look and loneliness seemed to him a confirmation of his worst conjectures.

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  • She dismissed it as mere conjecture.
  • It is important to distinguish between conjecture and fact.

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