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A Long Shot

A Long Shot - a very small chance; not very likely

  • It is a long shot for me to get a visa to America.
  • It is a long shot that I will get the job, but I am going to try anyway.
  • We know that selling our house at a good price is a long shot.
  • It is a long shot for us to win tonights game, but we are going to try out best.
  • Our school is going to compete in the science fair. It is a long shot for us to win.
  • My brother is going to try to compete in the Olympics. It is a long shot, but we are proud of him.

A Tall Order

A Lost Cause

A Steal

A Long Shot

A Fine Line

A Blowout

An Ax To Grind

Around The Clock

Any Way You Slice It

Around The Clock

Air Head

A Real Winner

Add Fuel To The Fire

All Set

Add Up

Add Up

A Dime A Dozen

A Gray Area

A Bite To Eat

A Lemon

A Life Saver

A Bite To Eat

A Pain In The Neck

A Piece Of Cake

A Toss Up

Above & Beyond

Act Out

All Ears

All For Nothing

Ants In Your Pants

An Arm And A Leg

At The Drop Of A Hat

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A Real Winner

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