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Scientific theory   /sˌaɪəntˈɪfɪk θˈɪri/   Listen
Scientific theory

noun
1.
A theory that explains scientific observations.






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"Scientific theory" Quotes from Famous Books



... A scientific theory has been described as "the likening of our imaginings to what we actually observe." So long as we observe only in the rough, only in a broad and general way, our imaginings must also be rough, broad, and ...
— The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry • M. M. Pattison Muir



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