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used in Murder On The Orient Express

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a seemingly reasonable, but unproven idea or explanation based upon known facts
  • We have here a hypothesis of the First and the Second Murderer, as the great Shakespeare would put it.
    1.7 — Part 1 Chapter 7 — The Body (26% in)
hypothesis = a seemingly reasonable, but unproven, explanation
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