another-guess

[ uh-nuhth-er-ges ]
/ əˈnʌð ərˌgɛs /

adjective Archaic.

of another kind.

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Origin of another-guess

1615–25; earlier anothergets, another-gates, orig. as genitive of phrase another gate another kind (see gate2); respelling by association with guess
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Example sentences from the Web for another-guess

  • In the great Ovid it lies in an inscription: in my next case it is "another-guess" matter.