Keenan surmises that law enforcement, including the FBI, may be applying the same tactics in this case.
Democratic money people are now, one surmises, mostly in the place where they want to see this happen.
"It is any one of four different possibilities that we are working on," Redstone surmises in the voicemail.
It occupied their attention and kept their thoughts free from surmises as to Indian Jake.
And she promptly reassured Madame Desagneaux with regard to her surmises.
Wood surmises, that Hunt had some share in composing Julian.
She was mistaken in her surmises, however, for Lisa was not a devotee.
What Thanet thought of it all, the little island kept secret, hiding its surmises in the thicket of her own archaic forests.
Brown thought and guessed and surmised, but guesses and surmises were fruitless.
To this day he can not put a name to it; he surmises that it was Wapping.
early 15c., legal, "a charge, a formal accusation;" see surmise (v.). Meaning "inference, guess" is first found in English 1580s.