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synonyms for surmising

  • academic
  • assumed
  • doubtful
  • figured
  • guessing
  • guesstimated
  • hypothetical
  • on a hunch
  • on a long shot
  • putative
  • reputed
  • supposed
  • suppositional
  • suppositious
  • suppositive
  • surmised
  • suspect
  • tentative
  • theoretical
  • uncertain
  • unresolved
  • foreboding
  • foretelling
  • guessing
  • anticipating
  • auguring
  • conjecturing
  • divining
  • portending
  • presaging
  • prognosticative
  • forecast
  • forecasting
  • guess
  • indicator
  • prognosis
  • prophecy
  • augury
  • cast
  • conjecture
  • divination
  • dope
  • foresight
  • foretelling
  • horoscope
  • hunch
  • omen
  • palmistry
  • presage
  • prevision
  • prognostication
  • soothsaying
  • tip
  • vaticination
  • zodiac
  • crystal gazing
  • fortune-telling
  • of event anticipation
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antonyms for surmising

MOST RELEVANT
  • certain
  • factual
  • proven
  • real
  • truthful
        • proof
        • reality
        • truth
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        How to use surmising in a sentence

        Twas inevitable that they should pry and surmise––surmising much more than they dared pry.
        THE CRUISE OF THE SHINING LIGHTNORMAN DUNCAN
        Far from surmising it was her he had met in the park, he had concluded it was one of the maids, and thought of her no more.
        CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
        Mr. Wopsle dropped in to ask what was the matter (surmising that a convict had been taken), but came running out in a great hurry.
        GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
        There is some ground, I believe, for surmising that their common source is kajr, the date-fruit.
        THE BBUR-NMA IN ENGLISHBABUR, EMPEROR OF HINDUSTAN
        Surmising at last that the card, whatever it was, had something to do with the exclamation, Paula picked it up.
        A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
        I was wrong, it seems, in surmising that dread of losing his employment made him so anxious to quit the infirmary.
        MEMOIRS OF A SURREY LABOURERGEORGE STURT (AKA GEORGE BOURNE)
        Surmising sudden illness or trouble, I did not go home, but started off in great haste.
        E.P. ROE: REMINISCENCES OF HIS LIFEMARY A. ROE
        She passed those who were surmising what her story might be, who were telling one another what they had heard.
        MISS LULU BETTZONA GALE
        Elizabeth Berry, noticing these changes, and surmising their cause, regarded him with something like awe.
        FAIR HARBORJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
        Surmising an alcoholic tendency, Kent, two or three days after her arrival, locked the side-board and removed the key.
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        WORDS RELATED TO SURMISING

        • academic
        • assumed
        • doubtful
        • figured
        • guessing
        • guesstimated
        • hypothetical
        • on a hunch
        • on a long shot
        • putative
        • reputed
        • supposed
        • suppositional
        • suppositious
        • suppositive
        • surmised
        • surmising
        • suspect
        • tentative
        • theoretical
        • uncertain
        • unresolved
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