Use Speculate in a Sentence?

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The word speculate is a verb an may be defined as; to ponder or reflect on something without conclusion. The first known use of the word speculate has a history that dates back to the mid to late 1500's. An example of how to use the word speculate in a sentence would be; Without knowing all of the details of what occurred, it would not be wise to speculate on the outcome. Synonyms or words with similar meaning would be; assume and imagine.
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speculate in a sentence
About why this should be so, we can only speculate.
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