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all-American (often cap.) an individual selected as a member of a hypothetical team of the best U.S. players in a particular sport. [1/5 definitions]
Aryan a person belonging to or claiming to be a descendant of the prehistoric peoples who spoke the hypothetical parent language of Indo-Europeans. [1/4 definitions]
blackbody in physics, a hypothetical body that theoretically absorbs all radiant energy falling on its surface.
black hole a hypothetical region or body in space, possibly the remnants of a collapsed star, with such a strong gravitational pull that neither light nor matter can escape.
concrete of or relating to a specific factual thing or experience; not imagined or hypothetical. [1/10 definitions]
Indo-European the hypothetical parent language of this family. [1/5 definitions]
moot having no practical significance; completely hypothetical. [2/6 definitions]
perpetual motion the movement of a hypothetical device which, once put in motion, would operate indefinitely by creating its own energy in excess of that expended.
sound barrier a hypothetical barrier to aircraft as they approach the speed of sound, suggested by the abrupt increase in aerodynamic drag near that velocity; sonic barrier.
speculation a conclusion, often tentative or hypothetical, that results from such an act or process. [1/4 definitions]
subjunctive in grammar, denoting or pertaining to the mood of a verb that marks a statement or question as hypothetical, doubtful, or grammatically subordinate, such as "were" in "if I were you". [1/2 definitions]
supposititious based on supposing; hypothetical; supposed. [1/2 definitions]
teleportation the hypothetical transmission of matter by telekinesis.
theoretical based only on theory; hypothetical. [1/3 definitions]
Ural-Altaic a hypothetical language group consisting of all the Uralic and Altaic languages.
Venusian a hypothetical or supposed inhabitant of the planet Venus, as in science fiction. [1/2 definitions]