But can you theoretically say that the release of the four memos is somehow going to lead—is going to make an attack more likely?
The crucial information is imparted, but it disappears, theoretically unretrievable.
Yet almost no one does this, even small business owners who could theoretically get away with it.
The whole point of feminism is theoretically to get men to stop doing that to women, on both the large scale and the small.
theoretically, they allow for greater precision as the thumbs can slide around at will.
This is not only theoretically true, but the theory is exemplified in the pay roll.
That is, theoretically we may ascribe them to God, but practically we dissociate Him from them.
In some shops, tools are ground to the theoretically correct shape in special machines instead of by hand.
Being a woman, she should, theoretically, have disliked and despised him for this.
theoretically, the regulations of the United States should have brought much profit to the Federal government.
1610s, from Late Latin theoreticus "of or pertaining to theory," from Greek theoretikos "contemplative, pertaining to theory" (by Aristotle contrasted to praktikos), from theoretos "that may be seen or considered," from theorein "to consider, look at" (see theory). Related: Theoretically.
theoretical the·o·ret·i·cal (thē'ə-rět'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or based on theory.
Restricted to theory; not practical.