Definition of Ghesses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of ghess) ¹



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Definition of Ghesses

1. ghesse [v] - See also: ghesse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghesses

ghazwa
gheada
ghee
ghees
gheimeh
gherao
gheraoed
gheraoes
gheraoing
gheraos
gherkins
ghess
ghesse
ghessed
ghesses (current term)
ghessing
ghest
ghetto
ghetto-fabulous
ghetto bird
ghetto birds
ghetto blaster
ghetto blasters
ghetto fabulous
ghetto fence
ghetto lottery
ghettoed
ghettoes

Literary usage of Ghesses

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1. Pott's Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster by Thomas Potts, Edward Bromley (1845)
"... whether the proofs brought against them be not incredible, consisting of ghesses, presumptions, & impossibilities contrarie to reason, scripture, ..."

2. "Brief Lives" by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark (1898)
"John Pell, DD, was borne at Southwick in Sussex on St. David's day, anno Domini 1611; his youngest uncle ghesses about noon. Anno 1632 he maried. ..."

3. Strictures on Some Parts of the Oxford Tracts: A Charge Delivered to the by John Henry Browne (1838)
"These tales haue been craftily deuised to beguile our eies, that whilest we thinke vpon these ghesses, and so occupy our selues in beholding a shadow or ..."

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