Definitions of "speculative"
  1. This term refers to an action or thought process that involves a high degree of intellectual contemplation and conjecture, often without substantial evidence or facts to support it
  2. It can also denote a scenario linked to financial ventures, where potential gains are uncertain and there's a significant risk of loss
How to use "speculative" in a sentence
  1. The business owner made a speculative investment in a new technology startup.
  2. His speculative hypothesis about the cause of the phenomenon lacked enough evidence.
  3. The nature of the stock market can be very speculative, with prices rising and falling unpredictably.

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