verb (used with object)
to anticipate correctly the actions or intentions of; outwit.

1910–15; out- + guess

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attempt to anticipate or predict [syn: second-guess
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Example sentences
Otherwise there may be a temptation to try to outguess the market and speculate.
Government should not attempt to outguess the market and pick winners and losers.
But--but anyway, he was a genius at--at being able to outguess what their next move was going to be on there.
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