Second-guess sentence example

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  • Let's assign responsibilities and not second guess results.

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  • You will likely second guess yourself and be afraid of making a false accusation.

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  • You're making me second guess myself, Rhyn.

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  • I tried to let the ideas flow through and not second-guess them.

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  • He is also asking them to second-guess the market.

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  • In Clark [View] it was said that it would be ' jejune and inappropriate ' for the courts to second-guess academic judgment.

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  • Some libraries do no keywording whatsoever â designers simply have to second-guess the caption.

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  • It would be entirely inappropriate to try to second-guess the outcome of that procedure.

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  • Try and second-guess who and why you want people to find your site.

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  • This affordable, user friendly program lets you upload a photo of your own room so you don't have to second guess any aspect of your design.

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  • Instead of having to call endless numbers, press buttons, and second-guess your account balances, everything is set up in an easy to access menu.

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  • Whether they are horror stories that make you second-guess your decision to become pregnant or sweet tales of growing love and new life, you will find yourself seeking birth stories out.

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  • Possibly the hardest part of sensuality is that judgmental voice in your head that will try to second guess what you're doing - whether you're doing it well enough, good enough, or whether your body is pleasing enough.

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  • It will be interesting to see if the subject matter makes the Academy second-guess whether to vote for it.

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  • Don't you ever second-guess what I tell you.

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  • I don't second-guess that.

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  • Darkyn.s features were too shuttered to read, and Kris didn.t wait for him to second-guess anything.

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  • I don't second-guess what I do, who I am, or who I serve.

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