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adjective as in approximate

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Um, you know, but my guess is it would be that they’re getting a lot more of that good information from us.

This may be our best guess at eta-Earth yet, but as all the dependencies should make clear, it’ll likely be a moving target for years to come.

For example, if the true price was 29 and you guessed 30, while another contestant guessed 20, then they would be the winner even though your guess was technically closer.

Beyond that, everything is just an educated guess, which is exactly why NASA needs to punch an asteroid with a robot.

Asked to put a number on how big those charge-offs could be a year hence, Dimon and Piepszak declined to even venture a guess.

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Therefore, we should—you guessed it—develop the Canadian tar sands and build the Keystone pipeline.

Alexander is everything Turing is not—gregarious, flirty, and, you guessed it, charming.

Many New Yorkers at the time would have guessed the first development; few the second.

Hassan tells you that it means 'help us,' which you had already guessed.

I would have never guessed that they would have actually given her the award.

The old earl's property, the source of his wealth, as from his title the reader will have shrewdly guessed, was in collieries.

He doubled and trebled his risks, and did the like, as may be guessed, to his anxieties and failures.

He did not answer, but he tried to look as if his partner had exactly guessed his actual intention.

From the movement behind him Marius guessed almost by instinct that Garnache had drawn back for a lunge.

"Perry Thomas guessed he was an embezzler," said Tim, putting the last dish in the cupboard and sitting down to his pipe.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guessed, such as: estimated, loose, rough, surmised, imperfect, and imprecise.

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