surmise

[ verb ser-mahyz; noun ser-mahyz, sur-mahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF surmise

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SURMISE

But since you ask for my opinion, you must tell me all you know or surmise of their inducements.

For what purpose this umbrella may have been carried we can only surmise.

With her appearance at C——-, commenced all that surmise could invent.

"You are quite right in that surmise also," answered Miss Jennie.

It is not difficult to surmise to what enterprises the President referred.

What danger she might at this moment be facing, he could only surmise.

Some surmise that a fly not unlike the tsetse-fly of Africa killed them out.

However, he had no time to surmise or even reply to her greeting.

The surmise that Galusha Bangs was a "nut" became a conviction.

The servants, too, must not know or surmise what had happened or the reason for it.

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