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adjective as in approximate

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He sometimes surmised that it was because he was too outspokenly identified with the diminished liberal wing of the party.

Enchassi noted that some surmised Nolan might have also considered himself a member of the Black Hebrew Israelites.

And then, finally, you write ‘The End,’” he surmised, “and there it is; you have a little bit of sherry.

The company, it can be surmised, could soon know the hours we sleep.

Fill everyone up with pizza, the pilot correctly surmised, and they will be more likely to sit tight.

He surmised it from the fact that his master disliked scent, even in his toilet soap.

She even surmised, from something Marie had said, that he had been a person of importance in the Belgium of before the war.

Before he died John of the Iron Arm had gone before him, in a manner better surmised than said.

As Rachel surmised, the latter had a beau; and Ida's hasty survey excited a feeling of surprise.

This was to darken the chief, who was not in our secrets and whom we both surmised to be the cause of Lorns' signal.


On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to surmised, such as: estimated, guessed, loose, rough, imperfect, and imprecise.

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