verb (used with object)
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Origin of second-guess
OTHER WORDS FROM second-guesssec·ond-guess·er, noun
Words nearby second-guess
Example sentences from the Web for second-guess
Eisenhower, of course, was rather difficult to second-guess on such matters.
Rosensaft, the son of Holocaust survivors, added: “I am not going to second-guess from afar who he meets with.”
But financiers who second-guess management about the details of company operations may be over-reaching.
And even EMS dispatch vets, generally reluctant to second-guess the work of one of their own, have piled on.Amanda Berry’s 911 Dispatcher Under Fire for Blasé Response|David Freedlander|May 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The incentives for the police and the government are pretty clear, and I'm not willing to second-guess them.