I might have guessed

I might have guessed
I might have known/guessed/spoken phrase
used for saying that you are not or should not be surprised at a situation

I might have known he would be late.

Thesaurus: ways of saying that you are not surprisedsynonym
Main entry: might

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • might have known — (or guessed) used to express one s lack of surprise about something I might have known it was you …   Useful english dictionary

  • I might have known — I might have known/guessed/spoken phrase used for saying that you are not or should not be surprised at a situation I might have known he would be late. Thesaurus: ways of saying that you are not surprisedsynonym Main …   Useful english dictionary

  • might — might1 W1S1 [maıt] modal v negative short form mightn t ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(possibility)¦ 2¦(suggesting)¦ 3¦(asking permission)¦ 4¦(somebody should have done something)¦ 5¦(past purpose)¦ 6 might I say/ask/add etc 7 I might say/add 8 I might have… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • might — I [[t]maɪt[/t]] MODAL USES ♦ (Might is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb.) 1) MODAL (vagueness) You use might to indicate that something will possibly happen or be true in the future, but you cannot be certain. There s a… …   English dictionary

  • might — might1 [ maıt ] modal verb *** Might is usually followed by an infinitive without to : I might change my mind. Sometimes might is used without a following infinitive: I don t think we ll need any more help, but we might. Might does not change its …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • might — I UK [maɪt] / US modal verb *** Summary: Might is usually followed by an infinitive without to : I might change my mind. Sometimes might is used without a following infinitive: I don t think we ll need any more help, but we might. Might does not… …   English dictionary

  • might — 1 /maIt/ modal verb negative short form mightn t 1 if something might happen or might be true, there is a possibility that it may happen or be true but you are not certain: Who knows England might win the next World Cup! | Are you going to write… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • might*/*/*/ — [maɪt] modal verb I summary: ■ Might is usually followed by an infinitive without ‘to : I might change my mind. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: I don t think we ll need any more help, but we might. ■ Might has no tenses, no… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • guess — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ fair, good, reasonable, safe ▪ April is a safe guess for first deliveries. ▪ educated, informed …   Collocations dictionary

  • guess — guess1 [ ges ] verb intransitive or transitive *** to say or decide what you think is true, without being certain about it: a contest to guess the weight of the pig guess what/who/how etc.: Would anyone like to guess what this object is? guess at …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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