Simple past tense and past participle of conjecture. (verb)
Examples of word conjectured
Second, unbeknownst to him, several items he depends on from other academics to be facts are sadly outright fabrications: 1. There is no *safin- in Etruscan, a word conjectured from an Italic ethnonym.
Every film, he conjectured, is made in different stages and the first stagewhich is so greatis when you dream and theorize about what film you can make.
Everything I had conjectured is true, and the bond between them is indeed strong.
Alas! if the average health of the consumers may be judged by the articles of largest consumption; if the secretions may be conjectured from the ingredients of the dishes that are found best suited to their palates; from all that I have seen, either of the banquet or the guests, I shall utter my Profaccia with a desponding sigh.
Like this: it was "conjectured" -- though not established -- that Satan was originally an angel in heaven; that he fell; that he rebelled, and brought on a war; that he was defeated, and banished to perdition.
Like this: it was "conjectured" -- though not established -- that Satan was originally an angel in Heaven; that he fell; that he rebelled, and brought on a war; that he was defeated, and banished to perdition.
He was bubbling over with excitement, because something that he had guessed - the mathematical term is "conjectured" - many years earlier had been proved, in complete logical rigour.