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1. guess


Malicious gossip spreads like wildfire. I guess that's why they say bad news travels fast.
Let me guess
I was really nervous to see how they dealt with each other just now. I guess things were touch-and-go between them.
We got an unexpected present from him. I guess he felt a little obligated after what we did for him.
My insurance coverage is too limited, so I guess I'll just have to live with my arm bones jutting out of my skin.
Guess what the managing director started off the meeting by saying. The first thing out of his mouth was an announcement of some major restructuring.
With his colored clothes, his long wig and his white gloves, one could guess he has run away from some kind of Disneyland.
Well... sighed Dima, then turned to the shopkeeper and cast her a murderous glance. "I guess I have no choice now..."
This is a copy of a photo of a painting. I guess that makes it a third level simulacrum.
I guess my view on friendship is pretty bleak because I've never really had to rely on anyone for anything.
The more I study for an exam, the worse I do! I guess correlation does not imply causation.
The only thing we can ask of others, is not to guess at how lame we are.
What does U.F.O. stand for? "It means Unidentified Flying Object, I guess."
judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time). a woman shaking a present to guess what's in it
3x2=5. | It's a guess. I never said it was an educated guess. | an estimate based on little or no information.

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