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  • verb Present participle of outguess.


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  • We are by no means experts on the issues involved, yet we seem to be outguessing the experts and raising issues which defence establishments have failed to address.

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  • RPS has very few per match, but in an extended match has the toughest problem of all--outguessing someone.

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  • She'd become confident she could read the mind of the boys she'd flirted with in Rome, outguessing their strategies and manipulating their longings.

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  • It had made him a brilliant military commander, both in leading his own men" boys, really" and in outguessing the enemy.

    Speaker for the Dead

  • So from the pedestal of her age and her position Mary Carson felt quite safe in enjoying Father Ralph; she liked matching her wits against a brain as intelligent as her own, she liked outguessing him because she was never sure she actually did outguess him.

    The Thorn Birds

  • From now on it is a game of outguessing, turning tables, turning out lights, knife-brandishing, and gun-play, until the

    Why the Chimes Rang: A Play in One Act

  • That's why I'm going to get such a kick out of outguessing him, figuring what he wants before he's willing to let me know just what he wants.

    The Case of the Stuttering Bishop

  • Managers Jim Leyland and Buck Showalter that the winning play came down to one veteran manager outguessing the other one.

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  • That's due to studying their every move during two-a-day practices, the way he was taught, with hopes of outguessing his grandfather. - News

  • Leave the other players behind by avoiding traps, outguessing opponents and collecting the most coconuts.

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