What is another word for theoriser?

Pronunciation: [θˈi͡əɹa͡ɪzə] (IPA)

A theoriser is someone who formulates or proposes theories. However, there are several other words that can be used as synonyms for this term. One such word is a conjecturer. A conjecturer is someone who forms an opinion without sufficient evidence or proof. Another synonym for a theoriser is a speculator. A speculator is someone who initiates a risky venture or investment with the hope of making a profit. Additionally, an intellectual is someone who is experienced and knowledgeable in a particular field and can propose theories in that area. Lastly, a philosopher is someone who engages in critical thinking and reasoning, propounding theories about the nature of existence, knowledge, and ethics.

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What are the hypernyms for Theoriser?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Theoriser

"The Chairman: I see that you are a little sensitive lest it should be thought that you are a mere theoriser, I do not look upon you in that light at all.
"A History of Trade Unionism in the United States"
Selig Perlman
He makes the young lover an idealistic theoriser about the very things about which he really would have been a sort of mystical materialist.
"George Bernard Shaw"
Gilbert K. Chesterton
This was written in the thirteenth century, and it is scarcely edifying to find four hundred years after this the Jesuit Father Lana, who contrived to make his name live in history as a theoriser in aeronautics, arrogating to himself the bold conception of the English Friar, with certain unfortunate differences, however, which in fairness we must here clearly point out.
"The Dominion of the Air"
J. M. Bacon

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