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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outguess.


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  • And what is known can be out-maneuvered, outguessed.

    Wild Orchid

  • A handful of newsletters have outguessed the market with some regularity.

    Time To Time The Market?

  • So it had happened — and with a minimum of drama; Nicole felt outguessed, realizing that from the episode of the camphor-rub, Dick had anticipated everything.

    Tender is the Night

  • Whandall outguessed him and punched his blade deep into the man's torso.

    The Burning City

  • Mammy sighed resignedly, beholding herself outguessed.

    Gone with the Wind

  • • If your preschoolers are consistently outguessed by older siblings, take turns being the leader so everyone gets a chance.

    Playing Together

  • He supposed it had been inevitable, right from the moment that Loup had outguessed and outmanoeuvred the San Isidro's defenders.

    Sharpe's Battle

  • In nineteen major battles he was not defeated, and his victories were gained principally because he outguessed the enemy and deployed his troops in sudden and unex - pected patterns.


  • I was ready to bet that I'd outguessed myself and was going to find nothing.

    Cold Copper Tears

  • "I'm beginning to think you outguessed yourself," Tracka growled.

    The Swordbearer


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