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Use "surmises" in a sentence
"Even more of a tease: Griffin surmises that there are indeed other jumpers out there, but again we never see them."
"But Ignatieff himself isn't quite so clear as Martin surmises."
"Indeed, so wholly natural and just-the-thing-to-be-expected does it now seem that her brother should fall in love with Barbara, that she grows ever more amazed that she did not think of it before it happened; and, when she recalls her surmises and little sisterly schemes concerning him and Lucile Sherman, she wonders at her own stupidity."