What is guess?

  • (verb): Guess correctly; solve by guessing.
    Synonyms: infer
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Star Baby
... "Star Baby" was a 1974 hit by The Guess Who ... included on the group's LP entitled, Road Food, as well as The Guess Who - Greatest Hits in 1999, and then in The Guess Who - Anthology (2003) ... Although The Guess Who had a dozen higher-charting songs in the U.S ...
List Of Rakim Songs - G
... J-Walk ("Got Soul Vibrations"/"Throw Up the Noize") "Guess Who's Back" (The 18th Letter, 1997) "Guess Who's Back (Alternative Mix)" (The 18th Letter, 1997) "Guess Who's Back (Buckwild Remix)" ("Guess ...
Guess - People
... Carol Guess (born 1968), American novelist and poet George W ... Guess (1822–1868), American politician, Mayor of Dallas, Texas Griffin Guess (born 1979), American music producer and talent manager James "Bird" Guess (born 1977), African-Ame ...
Leonard Shaw
... best known as a member of the band The Guess Who since 1991 ... Prior to joining The Guess Who, he was a member of Ian Thomas' band ... As a member of The Guess Who, Shaw plays keyboards, flute and saxophone ...
Carol Guess
... Carol Guess (b ... Her father, Harry Guess, was a prominent epidemiologist ... Her mother, Gerry Guess, is a homemaker and teacher ...

More definitions of "guess":

  • (verb): Put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation.
    Synonyms: venture, pretend, hazard

Famous quotes containing the word guess:

    What these perplexities of my uncle Toby were,—’tis impossible for you to guess;Mif you could,—I should blush ... as an author; inasmuch as I set no small store by myself upon this very account, that my reader has never yet been able to guess at any thing. And ... if I thought you was able to form the least ... conjecture to yourself, of what was to come in the next page,—I would tear it out of my book.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    Young children...are often uninterested in conversation It is not that they don’t have ideas and feelings, or need to express them to others It is simply that as one eight-year-old boy once told me, “Talking is okay, but I don’t like to do it all the time the way grown-ups do; I guess you have to develop the habit.”
    Robert Coles (20th century)

    Every spirit makes its house, and we can give a shrewd guess from the house to the inhabitant.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)