Definition of 'second-guess'
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Politicians are on safer ground in making jail mean jail than in trying to second-guess judges. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Being the real you works better than trying to second-guess what would appeal to a love prospect. The Sun (2009)I reviewed the book in my hand and did not try to second-guess it. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)He sends confusing signals and it's tiring trying to second-guess him. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Try not to second-guess bosses when they give you a request - you may turn out to be wrong. The Sun (2015)Don't try to second-guess her. The Sun (2014)It's always easy to second-guess. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The sun goes deeper into your sign so instead of trying to second-guess what others want, you will be the real you. The Sun (2010)Jupiter gives you the confidence to be your natural self - instead of trying to second-guess how to impress a boss or panel of people. The Sun (2013)
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