Definition of Outguessing

1. Verb. (present participle of outguess) ¹



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Definition of Outguessing

1. outguess [v] - See also: outguess

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outguessing

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outguess
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outguessing (current term)
outguide
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outhale
outhandle

Literary usage of Outguessing

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1911)
"The beauty of baseball generalship is seen right here in the outguessing of the opposing general and compelling the pitcher to "get in a hole," ie, ..."

2. Meat-packer Legislation: Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture, House by United States, Committee on Agriculture, Congress, House (1920)
"The commission man that sells to this speculator figures that he is outguessing this speculator. He figures he is selling that live stock higher than by ..."

3. Intercollegiate Debates edited by Paul Martin Pearson, Egbert Ray Nichols (1914)
"But nevertheless it is true; debates are won by "inside play," by "outguessing opponents." This is the most interesting thing about debating ..."

4. Our Greatest Battle (the Meuse-Argonne) by Frederick Palmer (1919)
"... array—But a resolute enemy—Our untried troops—outguessing Luden- dorff—Prime importance of surprise—Blindman's buff—'What it means to move armies—Fixing ..."

5. Harvard Psychological Studies by Harvard Psychological Laboratory (1913)
"It was clearly a case of the chick "outguessing" the experimenter. •, III. SIZE PERCEPTION i. Discrimination between unequal circles The foregoing ..."

6. Baseball: Individual Play and Team Play in Detail by William Jones Clarke, Fredrick Thomas Dawson (1915)
"In fact, the chief reason for throwing to first is not to catch the runner off the base but to hold him on, often outguessing him when he is about to steal. ..."

7. To and Through Nebraska by Frances I. Sims Fulton (1884)
"But what puzzled me most was a beaver's tail and paw, and we exhausted outguessing powers over it, and then had to be told. She gave it to me with numerous ..."

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