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Definition of "hypothetic" [hy•po•thet•ic]

  • Based on hypothesis or theory; hypothetical (adjective)
  • Existing as an abstract concept rather than a concrete reality (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hypothetic" in a sentence
  • "Hence their system was termed hypothetic universalism."
  • "Justified and obscured with the creative exchange for 100 parking spaces in some hypothetic future building OHSU would be building."
  • "The next day, the Moroccan press started commenting on the announcement, mostly praising the transparency of the palace, some (citing anonymous sources) associating the king's illness with the hypothetic “abuse of immunodepressants to treat asthma.”"
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