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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

References in classic literature ?
Carthoris was quick to guess their error and take advantage of it.
Look again, and guess what those are," answered Uncle Mac, chuckling and enjoying it all like a boy.
The girl shivered a little and grew pale even under the rosy light; for now but one guess remained, and her own fate depended upon the result.
I guess she don't need a mule team to drag her away, but women are better at coaching than they are at running bases.
I guess maybe you didn't know about Miss Polly's love affair," he said slowly.
Workingmen, just common laborers, mostly, and some railroad men, stopped at it, and I guess Al Stanley got his share of their wages.
I must have got particular, I guess, but I didn't see anybody I could love.
Besides, I guess I was too interested in trainin' an' fightin' to bother with women much.
Don't you go to bed for half-an-hour, and I guess you'll hear from me again.
I guess somebody else made the country in these parts.
This is what they call delirium, I guess," he muttered.
I guess she is now," the other cried, defiantly; "she's mine 'cause I saved her.
I guess those chaps would be glad to know," he said.
I guess hell must look something like that," said a voice.
I guess you're the same in all places, shoving your advice in when nobody asks for it.