Definition of Guessing game

1. Noun. A game in which participants compete to identify some obscurely indicated thing.

Generic synonyms: Game
Specialized synonyms: Charades



Definition of Guessing game

1. Noun. (games) Any game the object of which is for a player or players to guess a word, etc, for which the other player or players provide clues. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guessing Game

guerrilla theater
guerrilla warfare
guerrillalike
guerrillas
gues
guess
guess warp
guess warps
guess what
guessable
guessed
guesser
guessers
guesses
guessing
guessing game (current term)
guessing games
guessingly
guessings
guessive
guesstimate
guesstimated
guesstimates
guesstimating
guesstimation
guesstimations
guesswork
guessworks
guest
guest(a)

Literary usage of Guessing game

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1. The Songs and Music of Friedrich Froebel's Mother Play (Mutter und Kose Lieder) by Friedrich Fröbel, Susan Elizabeth Blow (1895)
"Should you tell its prop - er name, You'll have won the guessing game ; Setz mf ritard. ^ ^= =\=S£ a tempo. ue your tasting must be alow, That the fla- vor ..."

2. Alsea Texts and Myths by Leo Joachim Frachtenberg (1920)
"Then they would begin to play the guessing game. ... During a guessing game the players were usually singing. Only here (it ends). VI. ..."

3. Live Language Lessons: Teachers' Manual by Howard Roscoe Driggs (1921)
"A Zoo guessing game Here the pupils are given a chance to make a little description by filling the blanks. The seat work precedes the recitation. ..."

4. Guide Books to English by Charles Benajah Gilbert (1912)
"XVII A guessing game Review Play you are some object that all know about. One child rises and says, " Guess what I am." Other children ask questions, ..."

5. Good English, Oral and Written by William Harris Elson, Lura E. Runkel, Clara E. Lynch (1917)
"guessing game. Would you like to play "Hide-and-go-seek" the way the boy and his grandmother played it? You may have five guesses. ..."

6. Good English, Oral and Written by William Harris Elson, Lura E. Runkel, Clara E. Lynch, George Linnaeus Marsh (1920)
"guessing game. Would you like to play "Hide-and-go-seek" the way the boy and his grandmother played it? You may have five guesses. ..."

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