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estimating

noun as in judging

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“Humans are notorious for being lousy at estimating numbers of animals in large groups,” Perryman explains.

Dr. Martinez is working on development to release the app for public download by the end of summer, and estimating the costs.

How about estimating the number of ounces, or reading the information from a recipe book?

He also taught and wrote a newspaper column, estimating once that he averaged 5,000 words a day.

A new population-based study seeks an answer by estimating Iraqi casualties through the statistical method.

Mr. Siggins frowned, but, being a politician and partially estimating the quality of his man, he did not protest.

Mr. Shaw further proposed that Sir Robert Peel's mode of estimating the qualification of electors should be adopted.

The influence of these religions on art, science, and social life, must also be weighed in estimating their value.

The circumference of the valley, estimating around the crest of the mountains, is 67 leagues.

They were anxious for the change, but quite incapable of estimating its results.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to estimating, such as: judging, guessing, and reckoning.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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