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Guessed vs Guest


Guessed vs Guest. Since he acted like he owned the place, they would have never guessed he was a guest. Take the guesswork out of proofreading with ErrNET!

Guessed is the past participle of the verb “guess”, which means estimate or suppose (something) without sufficient information to be sure of being correct.

Guest is a noun that means a person who is invited to visit the home of or take part in a function organized by another; a person invited to participate in an official event; a person lodging at a hotel or boarding house; a customer at a restaurant; (entomology) a small invertebrate that lives unharmed within an ants’ nest.

Guessed and guest have the same pronunciations but different meanings and spellings. These words are often misused in English writing. You guessed it, ErrNET is the world’s leading copyediting technology!

Guessed sentence examples:

Apparently, I guessed the wrong answer.

I guessed that she was about 40 years old and boy did I get it when she told me she was only 32.

I guessed that his ex-wife would show up at the party but thank god I was wrong because that would have been a social disaster.

The game show contestant would have won one million dollars if only he had guessed the correct answer.

I guessed that she was pregnant but I thank my lucky stars that I did not ask her when she was due because my wife later told me that she had just put on a few pounds.

Guest sentence examples:

If you are a guest in my house then you have to obey by our rules.

She had a guest parking pass that was completely legitimate, so I am dumbfounded as to why she got a parking ticket.

The drunk and obnoxious dinner guest was told to leave the party and was sent home in a taxi.

The hotel guest was so high maintenance and rude to the staff that he was permanently banned from the establishment.

I’m a bit worried because it’s getting late and only one guest has showed up to the party.


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