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Hypothecate

verb
(past & past part. hypothecated; pres. part. hypothecating)
1.
Pledge without delivery or title of possession.
2.
To believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds.  Synonyms: conjecture, hypothesise, hypothesize, speculate, suppose, theorise, theorize.






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"Hypothecate" Quotes from Famous Books



... upstart!" (He was thinking of the "Apostle of Free Silver.") "He's the cause of all this. Well, if there's nothing to be done I might as well be going. There's all those shares we bought to-day which we ought to be able to hypothecate with somebody. It would be something if we could get even a hundred and twenty ...
— The Titan • Theodore Dreiser



Words linked to "Hypothecate" :   theorize, formulate, construct, explicate, reconstruct, anticipate, retrace, pledge, hypothesis, develop, expect



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