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take a guess

 and hazard a guess; make a guess
to guess. Even if you don't know, please take a guess. If you don't know the answer, hazard a guess.
See also: guess, take
References in classic literature ?
But if I may hazard a guess, you want me to help you arrest one of the corpses in the graveyard.
The name of the firm is accidentally blotted in my diary, and my sacred regard for truth forbids me to hazard a guess in a matter of this kind.
We will not, therefore, hazard a guess upon the subject, but will at once proceed with this history, content with the materials which its characters have provided for us.
The online training tool is in a fun, interactive game-show-style format called Hazard a Guess.
To hazard a guess, figure how fast this tree grew in its lifetime.
I've had somewhere between 70 and 100 women, if I were to hazard a guess.
It would be premature to hazard a guess as to a motive'' for the slaying, he said.
Ray Cochrane had a cracking Easter at Kempton, landing a 70- 1 big race double on Hazard A Guess and Hard To Figure.
No one knows the extent of this problem, although the Environmental Protection Agency is attempting to hazard a guess.
We are exactly 60 percent of the way to the $105 level, but I'd hazard a guess that there are plentiful resistance levels along the way.
When Linda's in the middle of a photo shoot with a haggard bunch of fellows allegedly portraying the Rolling Stones, I could only hazard a guess that it was supposed to be Mick Jagger hitting on her because that would've been most glamorous.
Dandy Dave has got top European rider Patrick Pailhes for Hazard A Guess and this horse looks just what the French doctor ordered.
Although Bai attributes the timing of the flares to something that involves the whole sun, he won't hazard a guess as to what that might be.
The second half of the year is just too far away to even hazard a guess at this point, but investors are showing interest.
And while we're not going to hazard a guess at the connection between plush toys and air fresheners and world domination, the remark seems very much in character for the cartoonist who has tackled such topics as reindeer performing ``The Wizard of Oz'' (``Help, I'm molting