What is another word for theorising?

Pronunciation: [θˈi͡əɹa͡ɪzɪŋ] (IPA)

The word "theorising" can be substituted with multiple words, depending on the context and the intended meaning. Synonyms for "theorising" can include "speculating," "conjecturing," "supposing," "proposing," "postulating," "hypothesising," and "formulating." Each of these words carries a slightly different implication and denotes a specific type of thinking or reasoning. For instance, "speculating" implies a degree of uncertainty, while "postulating" suggests a more confident assumption. Choosing the right synonym for "theorising" can help convey the intended tone and level of confidence in one's ideas.

Synonyms for Theorising:

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Usage examples for Theorising

In such matters theorising appears to me to be a pure waste of time.
"The Empire of the East"
H. B. Montgomery
As to the origin of this religion there is very much the same uncertainty and quite as large an amount of theorising as is the case in reference to the Japanese race and language.
"The Empire of the East"
H. B. Montgomery
He then suggests that, instead of theorising, Mr. Hamonet would do well to study practical effects, and tells him a little story by way of warning.
"The Esperantist, Complete"
Various

Famous quotes with Theorising

  • You're entering dangerous land when you start theorising about comedy.
    Adrian Edmondson
  • But the fact a person denies that he is theorising is no reason for taking him at his word and failing to investigate what implicit theory is involved in his statements.
    Talcott Parsons

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