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Twas inevitable that they should pry and surmise––surmising much more than they dared pry.
It may be difficult to surmise what has been the fate of these unfortunate men.
He was not to suppose or surmise that it bothered or burdened her to be with him.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
But excuse us; our business is to state facts and not to wonder or surmise.
FAIR TO LOOK UPONMARY BELLE FREELEY
Her hand was dabbing furtively at her face for a purpose which Pierre could not surmise.
We can surmise, perchance— But glancing that far oft is quite some glance!
WITH THE COLORSEVERARD JACK APPLETON
So detailed discussion was postponed to congratulation, inquiry, and surmise.
The greatest students of hybridism to-day confirm Spencer's surmise.
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
From the following memorandum of the trees growing in this garden any reader may surmise the enjoyment I have found in it.
The reasons for selecting this region are not difficult to surmise, tho there is no direct proof of the motive.

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