Definition of "theoretic" [the•o•ret•ic]

  • (adjective) Concerned with theories or hypotheses rather than with practical matters.
  • (adjective) Existing only in theory, not proven in reality.

Use "theoretic" in a sentence

  • "I must say I find it pretty ironic that your uber-theoretic is held to 'predict' anything you might find as well as its opposite."
  • "For the record, since I'm starting this carry-over thread, keiths has just refuted the entire paradigm of evolutionary biology and indicted the whole 'culture war' being carried on by posers cloaking themselves in the mantle of science in order to pretend that their consensus theoretic is some kind of OBJECTIVE truth (a.k.a. per this argument 'absolute') about biological evolution."
  • "I always grow concerned when news networks break out their extra spiffy graphics during War Game time: showing Navy snipers shooting faceless bad guys, troop deployments in a "theoretic" ground invasion of Somalia, etc."

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