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He was always able to outguess me in a pinch and seemed to know by intuition what was coming.
PITCHING IN A PINCHCHRISTY MATHEWSON
The extra something consisted of a talent to out-think and outguess the quarry he was running.
THE DUCK-FOOTED HOUNDJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
If I know your enemies and all about them, I can certainly plan level and, maybe, occasionally outguess them.
THE LOST VALLEYJ. M. WALSH
Youll outguess those fellows, even if you have to favor your arm a little.
But just now he must depend on that nimble wit of his that had so often helped him to outguess an opponent.
The idea was that there was a pattern of thinking in sabotage, and if you could solve it, you could outguess the saboteur.
SPACE PLATFORMMURRAY LEINSTER
It ran counter to every principle of military thinking save one, which was that it was a good idea to outguess the enemy.
SPACE PLATFORMMURRAY LEINSTER
The German will outguess him, and it's up to him to outguess the German in turn.
THE PATHLESS TRAILARTHUR O. (ARTHUR OLNEY) FRIEL
You can outguess your opponent because you know his movements even as his body tenses to make them.
PLANET OF THE DAMNEDHARRY HARRISON
Reddy was trying to outguess Blacky, and Blacky was trying to outguess Reddy, and both were enjoying it.
BOWSER THE HOUNDTHORNTON W. BURGESS

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