outguess

[ UK /a‍ʊtɡˈɛs/ ]
[ US /ˈaʊtˌɡɛs/ ]
VERB
  1. attempt to anticipate or predict
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How To Use outguess In A Sentence

  • Trying to outguess the market doesn't pay off over the long term.
  • And what is known can be out-maneuvered, outguessed. Wild Orchid
  • 'I asked, as if once again Dave and I were partners trying to outguess the rest of the world. VITALS
  • But scientists do not play only at outguessing one another.
  • But Molly is smart, often outthinking or outguessing everyone, and occasionally aided by a bit of blind chance.
  • He had outguessed the empath, had regained control of the confrontation.
  • But we see people thinking they can outguess the market all the time.
  • Mammy sighed resignedly, beholding herself outguessed. Gone with the Wind
  • Whandall outguessed him and punched his blade deep into the man's torso. The Burning City
  • When I am double-crossed and outwitted by another competent player, I am somewhat peeved, probably dismayed at the appearance of my crumbling position on the board, and if anything mad at myself for not outguessing my opponent.
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