sec·ond-guess • v. [tr.] 1. anticipate or predict (someone's actions or thoughts) by guesswork: he had to second-guess what the environmental regulations would be in five years' time. 2. judge or criticize (someone) with hindsight: the prime minister was willing to second-guess senior ministers in public. DERIVATIVES: sec·ond-guess·er n.
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