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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of second-guess.

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Examples

  • Mr. WOODS: I second-guessed myself for six months.

    Coming Out From Life Under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

  • Mr. WOODS: I second-guessed myself for six months.

    Coming Out From Life Under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

  • Russia relations was at times second-guessed by Mr. Putin, whose presidency starting in 2000 had been criticized in the West as a retreat from democracy.

    Putin to Return to Presidency

  • Top 9th: Neftali Feliz is now pitching for the Rangers and he faces Allen Craig, who is still being second-guessed for that attempted steal.

    Texas Rangers 4, St. Louis Cardinals 2 - as it happened! | World Series Game 5

  • Others cited biblical passages—especially apropos was Job 2:7, which read, “So went Satan forth from the presence of the Lord and smote Job with boils, from the sole of his foot, unto his crown”—as proof that smallpox was a form of a divine judgment that should not be second-guessed or interfered with.

    The Panic Virus

  • And fitting yourself to your gear safely shouldn't be second-guessed.

    Natural High

  • The accounting profession, as well, is put into a position of being second-guessed for the financial statements they prepare and certify, so they too become "conservative."

    Sears Chairman Unleashes 15-Page Manifesto About Um, Everything - The Consumerist

  • It is not pretty, it is not comfortable, nor does it need to be second-guessed by the lowest rated Congress in history, nor by the amatuers in Washington, DC, who obviously don't have a clue what is involved in protecting the citizens of the United States, either here or abroad. once upon a horse

    Cheney takes swipe at Obama over prosecutor

  • I think there are probably many women like me, some of whom knew from an early age that they did not want be mothers (despite being given miniature babies to play with while still babies themselves), and some who realized as they matured that they did not (despite being pestered and second-guessed by friends, relatives, and even strangers).

    Tick Tock that Biological Clock - Feministing

  • Others cited biblical passages—especially apropos was Job 2:7, which read, “So went Satan forth from the presence of the Lord and smote Job with boils, from the sole of his foot, unto his crown”—as proof that smallpox was a form of a divine judgment that should not be second-guessed or interfered with.

    The Panic Virus

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