[ges-wurk] /ˈgɛsˌwɜrk/

or procedure based on or consisting of the making of or conjectures.
a set of conclusions, estimates, etc, arrived at by guessing
the process of making guesses

also guess-work, 1725, from guess + work (n.).


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