She did, however, choose to surmise that “The nationality of the shooter, it sounds Hispanic, Latino,” based on his name.
“In retrospect, one could surmise that ISIS has been working towards this point for years now,” he says.
In any event, Sarkozy supporters are correct to surmise that his detention is bad timing for the comeback bid.
He could surmise one item in keeping with young women of Somali heritage.
Martin stared at the robot with the wildest dawning of surmise.
“It is impossible to surmise what she may do,” answered Anuti.
For my part, I should surmise that he is no more than one of our venturesome fur-hunters.
Where and how this mad voyage, with a mad crew, will end is beyond all surmise.
But there was a third and bigger bird; for the complicity of Germany in dispatching the Ultimatum is no matter for surmise.
Dickie Blue was sure that his surmise had gone cunningly to its mark.
early 15c., legal, "a charge, a formal accusation;" see surmise (v.). Meaning "inference, guess" is first found in English 1580s.