estimating

[ verb es-tuh-meyt; noun es-tuh-mit, -meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF estimating

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He then fell to estimating the probable amount the crew would receive.

What mistake did Columbus make in estimating the size of the earth?

The judgment must also be requisitioned in comparing, estimating, generalizing, and applying.

His great fault was in estimating his neighbor by his own moral code.

Our actions are designed to prevent them from estimating our course or position.

In estimating the amount of timber required, don't forget the top.

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

The old man shook his head, estimating what was left to Gordon.

All these things must be considered in estimating the iron resources.

This can only be accounted for, I believe, by estimating the effects of climate.

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