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  • v  attempt to anticipate or predict

  • It is perfectly possible, for example, to outguess the defense and complete a long pass, but then suffer a fumble.
  • But prices kept rising, and Greenspan concluded that he shouldn't try to outguess the market.
  • The ability to foresee, to outguess, to improvise, to make the best of what you have, is absolutely necessary to the successful military "scientist.

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