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I guess not.

 and (I) don't think so.; I expect not.; I suppose not.; I suspect not.; I think not.
a vague statement of negation. (More polite or gentle than simply saying no. Frequently, in speech, suppose is reduced to 'spose, and expect and suspect are reduced to 'spect. The apostrophe is not always shown.) Bill: It's almost too late to go to the movie. Shall we try anyway? Mary: I guess not. Tom: Will it rain? Mary: I 'spect not.
See also: guess, not

make a statement

Create a certain impression; communicate an idea or mood without using words. For example, The furnishings here make a statement about the company. [Mid-1900s]
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References in classic literature ?
Yet is that statement approximate also, and not final.
The statement itself, on which he immediately entered, was as simple and satisfactory as I had all along anticipated it would be.
It is the great beauty of the Law that it can dispute any human statement, made under any circumstances, and reduced to any form.
If my plain statement of facts had only been addressed to Mr.
But there are certain points to which that statement does not refer.
But I am quite at a loss to understand what useful influence his presence could have exercised in relation to the effect of Sir Percival's statement on your mind or mine.
Nupkins, brightening for a moment, after a long pause; 'after all, this is a mere statement.
Now,' said the magistrate, 'repeat your statement, Grummer, and again I warn you to be careful.
Job Trotter, but the statement is not distinguished by our usual scrupulous adherence to fact.
but before you proceed to express, and act upon, any opinion you may have formed on the statements which have been made here, I must claim my right to be heard so far as I am personally concerned.
asked Philip, who was never satisfied with vague statements.
Then came the Teetotal Society, who complained that these same people would get drunk, and showed in tabular statements that they did get drunk, and proved at tea parties that no inducement, human or Divine (except a medal), would induce them to forego their custom of getting drunk.
In the President's Page (January/ February 2006), Colleen Cunningham asserted that general-purpose financial statements are trying to do too much.
Calculating the beginning APIC pool and the ongoing tax computations required by Statement no.
If there is no applicable financial statement, or if such statement does not show specific earnings or the tax liability amount, then, according to the AJCA Conference Report, the $500 million limit applies.