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used in The ABC Murders

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a conclusion or opinion based on inconclusive evidence; or the act of forming of such a conclusion or opinion
  • "That's all pure conjecture," I objected.
    8 — Chapter 8 (24% in)
conjecture = opinion based on inconclusive evidence
  • Thus encouraged, Mrs. Fowler plunged willingly into reminiscence, conjecture and hearsay.
    6 — Chapter 6 (79% in)
  • Mrs. Fowler has told us all that she thinks she knows-and has thrown in several conjectures for good measure!
    6 — Chapter 6 (99% in)

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