outguess outguess  /ˈaʊt ˌɡɛs/


  • (v) attempt to anticipate or predict


  1. It is perfectly possible, for example, to outguess the defense and complete a long pass, but then suffer a fumble.
  2. But prices kept rising, and Greenspan concluded that he shouldn't try to outguess the market.
  3. For the Wehrmacht, survival became hinged to its ability to outguess the Red Shtab, hold on to every hedgehog as long as possible, handle its reserves with miser's care.
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