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Synonyms for guess

Synonyms for guess

to draw an inference on the basis of inconclusive evidence or insufficient information

a judgment, estimate, or opinion arrived at by guessing

Synonyms for guess

a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence

an estimate based on little or no information

expect, believe, or suppose

put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation

guess correctly

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What Scousers will think about this is anyone's guess, but it is expected to be one of the biggest events of the winter and designed to replace the former Permit Holder Fur & Feather, which took place for years before sea angling was banned on Liverpool Docks.
Quite what He had in mind when he created popular culture circa 2005 is anyone's guess
Quite what Voison thought of the name Citrohan is anyone's guess, but the car maker was clearly unoffended as he lent Le Corbusier cars in succeeding years.
Given the unpredictable nature of auctions, what these outstanding as-new motors will eventually go for is anyone's guess.
The value of stolen secrets is really anyone's guess, but estimates are periodically made by the American Society for Industrial Security.
But how much of a lasting impact Neff's case will have--both for other gay survivors of September 11 and for gay rights as a whole--is anyone's guess.
will come to mean over the years is anyone's guess, though we can safely assume its final iteration will be an odd subversion of its original referent.
But how much longer they will call this quadrangle of wooden dormitories home is anyone's guess.
When an economic turnaround will happen and what will provide the much-needed spark to rekindle business revenues is anyone's guess, but some good signs are slowly starting to appear.
But the long-term implications of the Internet on the real estate business are still anyone's guess at this early stage.
How Israeli audiences will react to Berlin's Sasha Waltz and her company, who make their first visit to Israel in July 2001, is anyone's guess.
More troubling, perhaps, is that the omission of women's writing, popular literature (from school books to devotional manuals), and recusant texts leads to an almost inescapable feeling that, as far as it is synonymous with the plain, conviction was the exclusive property of Puritan and Anglican men during the English Renaissance - Shakespeare's religion being anyone's guess - and generally confined to serious, even canonical texts.
And after bedding two men in two nights - Tony and her boss Grant Mitchell - it's anyone's guess who the father might be.
How long the transition to democracy will take is anyone's guess.
MINNEAPOLIS -- City governments inevitably endure some of the costs associated with home foreclosures, but exactly how much has been anyone's guess until now.