- So thinking, so speculating I found my way back to my house by the river.2 (91% in)
- ...freely in and out among all those objects of curiosity and interest which form in the mind in the absence of a particular person, and are naturally to be discussed on coming together again—how somebody has married, another has not; one thinks this, another that; one has improved out of all knowledge, the other most amazingly gone to the bad—with all those speculations upon human nature and the character of the amazing world we live in which spring naturally from such beginnings.1 (73% in)
- It would be better, instead of speculating what Mary Carmichael might write and should write, to see what in fact Mary Carmichael did write.5 (78% in)
There are no more uses of "speculate" in A Room of One's Own.
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