guess again

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guess again

A rhetorical imperative indicating that the person being spoken to is mistaken about, and thus should reconsider, something. You'd better guess again if you think I'm going to lend you any more money.
See also: again, guess
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6 Cause Of Causes, Doctor Harper, 10 Upswing, 12 The Giant Bolster, 14 Sambremont, Silvergrove, 16 Guess Again, Thomas Brown, 20 bar.
I guess again we could do with scoring a few more runs but we're playing some good stuff as well.
It looked as though Paint The Clouds, Le Reve and Guess Again might battle out the finish but a clutch of horses fought their way back into contention by the last, with Just A Par proving strongest of all.
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Guess Again, Pantxoa, Grandads Horse and Kie face a tough task at the top end of the handicap.
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Yes, it's still the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year, and if you thought a slightly damp boat ride and a pop concert was all she was getting, guess again.
It's a great move, but for those that are thinking they're going to get to watch the ALCS or the World Series, guess again.
The match between Dornbrack and Bostic started out close, but Dornbrack pulled away at midpoint, earning a 5-3 victory and a chance to play Guess again for the Sooner Shootout title.
Guess again if you think a community charter or expanded field of membership guarantees overnight growth.
If this sounds like a scene from Robert FrankAAEs AoRichistanAo, guess again.
If you think you can complain about airport activity and receive a satisfactory response, guess again.
If you think the country's largest health insurance company is in the health care business, guess again.
Guess again, according to a New York Times item today by Jennifer 8 Lee.
If you guessed that Wells became a neighborhood hero, guess again.