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presurmise

[ noun pree-ser-mahyz, pree-sur-mahyz; verb pree-ser-mahyz ]
/ noun 藢pri s蓹r藞ma瑟z, pri藞s蓽r ma瑟z; verb 藢pri s蓹r藞ma瑟z /
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noun
a surmise previously formed.
verb (used with object), pre路sur路mised, pre路sur路mis路ing.
to surmise beforehand.
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Origin of presurmise

First recorded in 1655鈥65; pre- + surmise
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