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- v. Present participle of surmise.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from surmise, v.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of suspecting; surmise: as, evil surmisings.
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If that is what you think happened to Dean, then I am right in surmising that you don’t follow these things very closely.
The water of the rivers themselves is usually a slimy black, and I recall surmising that the only thing alive in there was probably Godzilla, and even then he was having a rough go of it.
"behind-the-scenes types - not movie stars," surmising, "I'm sure it has something to do with going to meetings - you can't pin some people down."
Julia was not wrong in surmising that Paul did not reciprocate her romantic feelings.
The best that can be done is surmising a number of possible general routes to an outcome.
"We're talking about picking winners and losers," said Sen. Jon Kyl R., Ariz., surmising that the Obama administration would try to encourage advanced-technology vehicles at the expense of other vehicles.
Ah, yes … springtime … trees are leafing, birds are singing, and b-cup is surmising …
That has some of his aides surmising that Mr. Huckabee will opt out of the race.
As Carl Paladino took the stage at a downtown Buffalo ballroom last night to give his concession speech, Rachel Maddow was on MSNBC surmising what would unfold: "he's going to reveal himself as a performance artist."
As Carl Paladino took the stage at a downtown Buffalo ballroom last night to give his concession speech, Rachel Maddow was on MSNBC surmising ...