To feign a conjecture when the truth is blatantly obvious; you’ll never guess, surprise surprise: The only one bold enough to call the proposal a smoke screen disguising congressional complicity was Colorado Republican Armstrong. Guess what? He’s retiring this year/ Kissinger’s scheme outlined a framework between the two superpowers to be arranged by a secret envoy (guess who?)/ The stoppages were unpopular; the Western press—guess why?—is no longer keen on Polish strikes (1930s+)
by guess and by god
[ges-wurk] /ˈgɛsˌwɜrk/ noun 1. or procedure based on or consisting of the making of or conjectures. /ˈɡɛsˌwɜːk/ noun 1. a set of conclusions, estimates, etc, arrived at by guessing 2. the process of making guesses n. also guess-work, 1725, from guess + work (n.).
[gest] /gɛst/ noun 1. a person who spends some time at another person’s home in some social activity, as a visit, dinner, or party. 2. a person who receives the hospitality of a club, a city, or the like. 3. a person who patronizes a hotel, restaurant, etc., for the lodging, food, or entertainment it […]
- Guest beer
noun 1. a draught beer stocked by a bar, often for a limited period, in addition to its usual range
/ˈɡɛstˌbʊk/ noun 1. a book in a museum, hotel, etc, in which a visitor can comment on his or her visit to that place 2. a page on a website where visitors may leave messages or greetings